On Thursday 25th January 2018 PREVENT Volunteers from the Irish Cancer Society will deliver the first session in our series of Health & Well Being Information talks. Their talk will mainly focus on the 12 steps to reducing your risk of cancer and the services & programmes that are provided by the Irish Cancer society.
These monthly talks will focus on informing and supporting people to protect and improve their health and well-being. The format for the morning session will be - the invited guest speaker will address those in attendance for the first 30 minutes, then will follow a Question & Answer session for 10mins. Following this refreshments will be provided and this will give those in attendance a further opportunity to have a chat with the speaker at the end of the session.
These talks are FREE OF CHARGE and are open to everyone . The talks will take place from 11am - 12noon on the last Thursday of each month in the HSE Saint Frances Day Centre, located on Rathealy Road, Fermoy. Further details about these monthly talks can be found on the Fermoy Community Health Project Face book page or by contacting Jacinta directly on 085 8742320.