People in Pain Network community meeting

All welcome to the Vanderhoof pain care self-management group meeting on Wednesday, August 29

Do you struggle with persistent pain?

Do you feel like your pain is holding your life hostage?

Find it difficult to talk about your pain?

Join us at the next Vanderhoof Pain Care Self-Management Group Meeting where you will find education, understanding about living with chronic pain.

Join us on 29 Aug 2017 at the Community Futures Develeopment Corporation 2750 Burrard Ave, Vanderhoof, BC V0J 3A0 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

This meeting topic – This months education topic: Speaker Barry Rolfes. He is an accountant who will be advising members on tax information and what can and cannot be claimed as medical expenses when doing ones taxes.

Sharing the struggles and the solutions with other people who truly understand, in a safe environment, will help you reduce isolation, grieve the losses and gain an understanding of persistent pain and how you can take back control of your life.

For more information check out our website: Or call Toll-Free at 1-844-747-7246

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