Monthly Meeting – Monday 15 JUNE 6 45 pm via Zoom
PCFA see the need to keep connected in this period of isolation and so do we. As we cannot have face to face meetings we have held two Zoom meetings.
Our May meeting featured Brendon Cummins an Accredited Exercise Physiologist, Exercise In Practice“ who has been co-ordinating an exercise program for PCFA. A summary of Brendon’s Presentation is on the website at Latest News.
Our June meeting will be an open forum and all men with an interest in prostate cancer and their partners/carers are invited to attend.
Zoom allows for two way interaction so that we should be able to answer your questions from our experience but note that we cannot, and do not, give medical advice.
If you would like to participate in the virtual meeting and have not already downloaded Zoom please send me an email – email@example.com – so that I can issue an invitation to you to join a meeting with me so that I can help you with the Zoom download and setup. NOTE: there is no cost in downloading Zoom or using it as an invited guest.
If you have already downloaded Zoom and would like to participate then send me an email – firstname.lastname@example.org – so that I can issue a meeting invitation to you.
I look forward to our Zoom meeting on 15 June.
NEPEAN/BLUE MOUNTAINS PROSTATE CANCER SUPPORT GROUP Inc.
Phone 1300 13 38 78
Meetings are held every 3rd Monday of the month at 6:30 PM ( unless circumstances change)
St Stephen’s Anglican Church Hall,
254 High Street
Entry via High Street to the left of the church building, exit is via the right of the church building.
There is also a secondary entry and exit via Fulton Street at the rear of the church site between the Office and Rectory.
All meetings are available to males and their partners who are seeking information on this cancer, and who live in the Blacktown, Blue Mountains, Hawkesbury and Penrith areas. Come along and experience the caring and benefits offered by our Support Group whose motto is YOU ARE NOT ALONE.
Usually, we have a guest speaker, followed by light refreshments however, although guest speakers usually speak for only half an hour the questions and answers generally sometimes go for longer than the talk.