Did you know that Piedmont offers free classes for those who are battling or recovering from cancer, including cancerous brain tumors? Cancer Wellness at Piedmont is the region’s leader in providing comprehensive, complementary cancer services and programs to anyone affected by cancer at any phase in his or her journey.
Whether you received cancer treatment at Piedmont or not, Piedmont wants to bring you and other members of the community together to help each other heal from your tough battles against cancer. Programs are taught by subject matter professionals at Piedmont Atlanta, Piedmont Fayette, Piedmont Henry and Piedmont Newnan hospitals and include:
Thanks to generous philanthropic support, Piedmont is able to offer these cancer programs free of charge to anyone in the community affected by cancer.
Cancer survivor Diane O’Shaughnessy has attended several Cancer Wellness classes, including meditation and arts classes.
“Once I was finally healed from my surgeries in February 2011, my mom brought me to a Mindfulness Meditation class. I never looked back,” she said.
O’Shaughnessy said the Cancer Wellness classes have not only been fun to attend, but also therapeutic as she recovered from cancer treatments
“These programs make me feel very special,” she said. “You become part of a community and that’s a word I’ve really come to embrace. You’re not alone anymore. This place is full of love, hope and friends.”
Interested in learning more? Browse the current calendar of class offerings or click here to visit the Cancer Wellness at Piedmont page. You can also learn more about O’Shaughnessy and other Cancer Wellness stories by visiting Piedmont’s HealthWatchMD site, healthwatchmd.com, which provides helpful videos and articles about Piedmont programs and experts.