While we all do our best to prioritize self-care and prevention throughout the year, the fall – and the cyclical changing of all the seasons – is an especially important
InspireHealth member, Margaret Cowan took the time to share her own personal story about how InspireHealth helped her and she also shares a wonderful video presentation she made on the value of social connections.
One of our amazing members, Kelly Quinlan took the time to share her own personal story about how she used her time during chemotherapy to do a special project to help her recapture a childhood dream and inspire others.
We would like to announce our Pay it Forward campaign whose purpose is to enhance the services offered by InspireHealth to all Canadians living with cancer and their support people. Included in this post is a special story from one of our members in Victoria.
An interview with the author and director of SMALL PARTS, a play inspired by the author’s real life experience directing his mother’s first play about her experience with ovarian cancer.
September is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month and InspireHealth would like to share a story about one of our patients who has improved her quality of life and outlook since her cancer diagnosis.
Our latest blog post features a special submission from Barb Bates, who is a certified oncology esthetician, certified esthetician and certified post mastectomy bra fitter.
Right here amongst our staff, we have our own inspiring cancer survivor who has told her story…..
We can’t resist sharing this feedback from a participant in our LIFE Webinar Series. Marsha was so impressed with what she heard, that afterwards, she signed up to become an ONLINE Member.
The Pilates Group in Richmond proudly presents MATAPALOOZA benefitting InspireHealth