Breakfast at Mom's Club (Breastfeeding Support)
Facilitated by a Rush-Copley lactation consultant, the Breakfast at Mom's Club is a great way for new moms to come together with their newborns and have all of their questions about breastfeeding answered.
Rush-Copley Medical Center
Every Monday, 10 a.m.
Breast Cancer Support Group
The Breast Cancer Support Group invites people living with breast cancer, as well as family members and supporters, to join our monthly peer support group and discover inspiration, hope and encouragement. Connect with others who understand the challenges of living with breast cancer.
Rush-Copley Medical Center
Heart Institute Conference Room
Third Tuesday of each month, 6:30 p.m.
For more information, please call Peggy at 630-499-1302 or Mira at 630-898-3633.
Golden Horizons Stroke Club
The Golden Horizons Stroke Club provides you, your family and your caregivers information about stroke, offers the opportunity to share your experience with others and gives you access to available resources. Each session includes a presentation from a healthcare professional followed by a question and answer session. 2013 Dates
For more information, please call 630-898-6480.
Heart Sisters/Fox Valley Chapter
Connecting sisters, mothers, daughters, friends-Women…one beat at a time…
You’ve had all the procedures and medications necessary to begin healing physically after your heart incident, but how do you recover emotionally? It is normal to have conflicting emotions and feelings of anger, fear, depression and anxiety. Anger that this has happened to you or at the way friends and family are reacting. Fear of dying or that life will never be the same. Depression and anxiety because you feel a loss of control over your own life or worry about how your family is coping.
Heart Sisters offer support, comfort and hope and even find the humor in dealing with heart disease. No charges or insurance claims to file. Just a relaxed atmosphere to exchange thoughts, feelings and information as only women can. We welcome any women who feel the need to share heart-related concerns.
Join us on the first Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m. For location and agenda, please call Jody at 630-499-7078.
Parkinson's Disease Support Group
The Parkinson’s Support Group provides you, your family and your caregiver information about living with Parkinson’s disease. You’ll learn about resources and programs that can help enhance your quality of life. You’ll have the opportunity to share your experiences with others and be part of a comforting community of people who understand what you are going through. For more information, please call 630-499-6619.
Rush-Copley Heart Institute, 2088 Ogden Avenue, Aurora
First Wednesday of every month, 10 to 11:30 a.m.
Rush-Copley Healthcare Center, 1100 W. Veterans Parkway, Yorkville
Third Wednesday of every month, 1:30 to 3 p.m.
Share Pregnancy and Infant Loss Support Group
Coping with a perinatal loss is difficult. Gain support by joining other families who are experiencing a similar loss through miscarriage, stillbirth or newborn period. This Pregnancy and Loss Support Group offers a brief and informative presentation each session on a topic of interest followed by an open forum to ask questions and share experiences, photos and memories. Please call 630-499-4702 for more information.
A nursing specialist with Women’s Health facilitates this group.
Share Pregnancy and Hope Support Group
Coping with a perinatal loss is a difficult and long process. Anticipating a new pregnancy and becoming pregnant again can bring new anxieties and challenges. This support group will offer an open forum for discussion on the issues that can arise with pregnancy following a perinatal loss. This group meets monthly. For more information, call 630-499-4702.
West Suburban Brain Tumor Support Group
The West Suburban Brain Tumor Resource and Support Group provides you, your family and your friends with information about brain tumors and treatments, available resources, and the opportunity to meet other people in circumstances like your own. A nursing specialist in neuroscience services and a hospital chaplain facilitate this group. After a short presentation, there are opportunities to ask questions, share experiences and address any issues or concerns. For more information, please call 630-499-2343. 2013 Dates
Living Well Cancer Resource Center
1803 W. State Street (Route 38)
Geneva, Illinois 60134
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