In Canada, people with a diagnosis of cancer are surviving longer. With the increased survival rates, many challenges associated with cancer and its treatments occur. The absence of rehabilitation treatment options has become a reality for many people. There are solutions, one being a greater number of qualified healthcare providers trained to help people with cancer regain the ability to perform pre-diagnosis activities of daily living and, for many, return to work.

As healthcare professionals, we will increasingly work with clients who have had a diagnosis of cancer. This growing population attends inpatient, private clinics, hospice, palliative wards and home care for
treatment. Healthcare professionals must understand this population’s unique needs and have the skills and knowledge necessary to continue providing excellent care.


Jodi Steele B.Kin, B.H.Sc (PT)

Course Details:

  • May 6th and 7th 2023
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