I Can Cope Classes
Living with cancer can be one of the greatest challenges a person can face. I Can Cope offers help in meeting this challenge.
I Can Cope classes present straightforward facts and answers to your cancer-related questions about:
- Diagnosis and treatment
- Side effects of treatment
- Self-care and wellness
- Cancer-related fatigue
- Financial concerns
- Nutrition and exercise
When and Where Classes Are Offered
Our monthly class dates and locations are listed on our Events for Patients, Families, and the Community page.
There are no classes in August or December.
Watch Previously Recorded Sessions Online
We recorded our most recent offerings, and you can watch them on your computer.
Watch "Nutrition After Cancer Treatments"
Lavanya Kethamukkala, RD
Watch "Cancer Related Fatigue"
Kate Wilcox, RN, BAN, OCN
Watch "Keeping Well in Mind and Body"
Lisa Harbus and Deb Steele
Watch "Learning About Cancer"
Claire Pace, APRN
Watch "Nutrition After Cancer"
Lavanya Kethamukkala RD, LD
Participate in Interactive Classes Online with the American Cancer Society
The American Cancer Society website offers an extensive I Can Cope—Online interactive online program. These free, self-paced online modules do not require any registration. For more information or to take a class, visit the I Can Cope Online page on the American Cancer Society website.
For More Information
For more information, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call the Cancer Help Line at (800) 639-6918 or Patient and Family Support Services at (603) 650-7751.