Track for Co-Survivors

Who is a co-survivor?

Co-survivors, often called “caregivers,” are those individuals who provide close support to a young person during their breast cancer journey. They may be spouses, partners, significant others, parents, siblings or friends.

Co-survivors are an important part of the YSC Summit and community, just as they have been an important part of your everyday life. The co-survivor track offers many opportunities for these individuals to connect, feel supported and learn more about issues specific to the co-survivor population.

Each breakout session will feature a workshop designed to address their needs, including self-care, practical tips and opportunities to network with other co-survivors and find support. They will also attend Breast Cancer 101 (a crash course in the science of breast cancer) so that they can best understand your treatment and experience.

Friday, March 6

08mar3:00 pm4:00 pmCo-Survivors: Changing Lanes, Slowing Down and Taking it EasyBreakout Session 13:00 pm - 4:00 pm Event Type :Co-Survivor Workshop

Saturday, March 7

09mar11:00 am12:00 pmCo-Survivors: Breast Cancer 101Breakout Session 211:00 am - 12:00 pm Event Type :Co-Survivor Workshop

Sunday, March 8

10mar10:15 am11:15 amCo-Survivors: Checklists, To-Dos, Appointments and Keeping it all TogetherBreakout Session 410:15 am - 11:15 am Event Type :Co-Survivor Workshop

You can sign up for these sessions at the YSC Summit 2020 when you register here.

YSC always has resources just for you. Visit our website to learn more about programs and services for co-survivors.