Some call it “chemo fog” or “chemo brain.” Some call it a nuisance, while others call it incapacitating. This mental fog following cancer diagnosis and/or treatment occurs in as much as 75 percent of patients. Those affected describe a loss of clarity that is both frustrating and life altering.
Based on theories of neuroplasticity, the techniques and strategies taught in this program are designed to help shape the brain to function at maximum capacity. These strategies teach people how to use education and self-awareness to maximize current cognitive performance. The program is taught in an informative, fun, and interactive way that can help you improve the way you think, feel, and function.
Participants meet for 1.5 hours a week for 8 weeks in a group setting. This program is offered at no charge thanks to the generosity of A Time to Heal and St. Francis. Please call (308) 398-5450 for upcoming class dates and times.