As a Look Good Feel Better Alliance partner, Windsong Breast Care is proud to offer Look Good Feel Better workshops free of charge for individuals with cancer.
Windsong Breast Care is a leader in a multidisciplinary approach to breast cancer and the Look Good Feel Better program is just one more example of the holistic approach to care that is provided by this unique program. Other aspects of the program include a weekly conference with the team of care providers which enables a discussion amongst a breast cancer surgeon, radiologist, pathologist, medical and radiation oncologist, genetic counselor and a patient navigator around the most effective personalized treatment plan for each patient.
The conference ensures that newly diagnosed patients have access to an evaluation that is specific to the disease staging, treatment management and surveillance needs of each patient. Personalized care from physicians and staff is performed with accuracy and speed bringing new hope to all stages and types of breast cancer. Supportive partners within the program provide additional ancillary services to meet the needs of each patient in the program. These include genetic counseling and testing, nutritional services, counseling and lymphedema therapy.
For three decades, Look Good Feel Better has been dedicated to helping people with cancer cope with the appearance side effects of their treatment. All Look Good Feel Better workshops include lessons on skin and nail care, cosmetics, wigs and turbans, accessories and styling, helping people with cancer reclaim the sense of control, confidence and self-esteem that are so central to well-being.
All sessions for the Look Good Feel Better program will take place in Windsong’s conference room at 55 Spindrift Drive in Williamsville from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm on the following dates: September 30th, 2019, October 28th, 2019, and November 11th, 2019.
To register for the program, please sign up online at lookgoodfeelbetter.org/programs/program-finder and search Buffalo, NY, USA or contact the breast care program coordinator, Kay Dekker, at 626-6300, ext. 2208.