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This is a listing of Cancer Related Brain Fog programs currently running.  Registration is required at all sites.  Spaces are limited. To register or to request further information, please contact the program coordinator at the organization directly.  All programs are 8 weeks in duration (meeting once weekly), unless otherwise specified. Links to the organizations' web sites are provided where applicable.

>> Alberta (Click to expand/collapse)

Wellspring Calgary, Calgary, AB (Website).
Program Coordinator: Anna Carnell (

>> Manitoba (Click to expand/collapse)

CancerCare Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB (Website).
Program Coordinator: Korey Leinweber (; Tel: 284-787-2109).

>> Ontario (Click to expand/collapse)

Hearth Place Cancer Support Centre, Oshawa, ON (Website).
Program Coordinator: Meredith Shaw (

Maplesoft Centre (Ottawa Regional Cancer Foundation), Ottawa, ON (Website).
Program Coordinator: Stephanie Woodard (

Wellspring Downtown Toronto, Toronto, ON (Website).
Program Coordinator: Elsha Leventis (

Chinguacousy, Brampton, ON (Website).
Program Coordinator: Judi Brinkett (

Birmingham Gilgan House, Oakville, ON (Website).
Program coordinator Kate Buchanan (

Westerkirk House at Sunnybrook, Toronto, ON (Website).
Program Coordinator: Barb Riley (

>> Quebec (Click to expand/collapse)

Cedars CanSupport Centre, Montreal, QC (Website).
Program Coordinator: Cynthia Stephan-Rayes (

Hope & Cope | L’Espoir, C’est la Vie, Montreal, QC (Website).
Program Coordinator: Suzanne O’Brien (

>> Nebraska (Click to expand/collapse)

A Time to Heal Foundation, Omaha, Lincoln, Scottsbluff, Kearney, Grand Island (Website).
Program Coordinator: Stephanie Koraleski (

>> Brain Fog Programs via Video Conference (Click to expand/collapse)

Although we feel strongly that participation in the program in a face-to-face format is best, the Brain Fog program is also offered via video conferencing. This option is designed specifically to reach those persons residing in remote areas, to organizations lacking the funding to train in-house program leaders, or to locations where a trained facilitator is not currently available.

The program is delivered solely by Heather Palmer, and will run on an as-needed basis. Please contact us for further details.


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  • Wellspring Downtown Toronto, Toronto, ON (18/11/2013). “Introduction to Brain Fog”.

  • Wellspring Downtown Toronto, Toronto, ON (18/11/2013). “Brain Fog: Back at Work”.

  • Friends of Mel Foundation, The Art of Living: Life Beyond Cancer, Boston, MA (02/11/2013). “Goodbye Brain Fog: Strategies to Help Get Your Thinking Back on Track”.

  • CancerBridges, Living Your best Life with Cancer and Beyond, Lethbridge, AB (26/10/2013). “Managing Brain Fog”.

  • CancerBridges, Living Your best Life with Cancer and Beyond, Medicine Hat, AB, (25/10/2013). “Managing Brain Fog”.

  • Southlake Regional Cancer Centre, 2nd Annual Central LHIN Oncology Day for Primary Care: Treatment and Beyond, Newmarket, ON, (18/10/2013). “Cancer Related Brain Fog”.

  • A Time To Heal Foundation, Omaha, NB (09-13/10/2013). Brain Fog Program Leader Training.

  • Olive Branch of Hope, Toronto, ON (28/09/2013). “Strategies to Improve Your Thinking”.

  • Wellspring Calgary, Calgary, AB (04-06/09/2013). Brain Fog Program Leader Training.

  • Wellspring Calgary, Calgary, AB (05/09/2013).“Brain Fog Graduates: Fireside Chat with Dr. Heather Palmer”.

  • Wellspring Calgary, Calgary, AB (04/09/2013). “Introduction to Brain Fog.”

  • CHI Psychosocial Workgroup, Nebraska, (20/06/2013). "Brain Fog: The Causes, Symptoms and SOLUTIONS".

  • Southlake Regional Cancer Centre, Oncology Rounds, Newmarket, ON (19/06/2013). "Brain Fog: The Causes, Symptoms and SOLUTIONS".

  • The Nebraska Cancer Coalition, Nebraska Webinar, (10/04/2013). "Brain Fog: The Causes, Symptoms and SOLUTIONS".

  • Cancer Care Talks, London, ON (27/03/2013). "Brain Fog: The Causes, Symptoms and SOLUTIONS".

  • The Co-Operators, Team Meeting, Toronto, ON (27/02/2013). “Brain Fog and Neuro-Cognitive Rehabilitation”.

  • Rethink Breast Cancer - Live Laugh Learn series, Toronto, ON (20/01/2013). "Coping with cancer-related brain fog".

  • Canadian Breast Cancer Network (CBCN) in Partnership with Willow Breast Cancer Support Canada – Educate & Rejuvenate, Sudbury, ON (01/03/2013). "Brain Fog: The Causes, Symptoms and SOLUTIONS".

For earlier engagements (2007-2012), see the Speaking Engagements Archive.

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