Issues with thinking and memory

Before, during and/or after cancer treatment, many people experience difficulty with concentration, memory and thinking. This is known as ‘cognitive impairment’, ‘cancer fog’ or ‘chemo brain’.

Clinical services at Peter Mac Parkville

  • Occupational therapy services Occupational therapists can help you improve your independence, safety, comfort, wellbeing and quality of life.
  • Psychology servicesPsychologists use various approaches to help people with cancer and their families adjust to the emotional and psychological challenges of cancer.

Other clinical services in the Parkville precinct

If you would like to advise of any relevant services or provide feedback please email, ACSC

Guidance documents

Information for cancer survivors and their families

Additional resources for health professionals 

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Projects

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