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Happy Day Conference 2021

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Morphettville Racecourse

79 Morphett Road

Morphettville, SA 5043

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Happy Day 2021

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Back in 2021, an innovative and inspiring approach to cancer that’s never been seen before. Real life experience mixed with fun and amazing tips to provide attendees with positive ways to manage their own or other’s cancer journey. It’s all about how to feel better during & after treatment, how to help yourself & others and how to have happy days.

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Katrina Webb (MC), Paralympic Athlete and Triple Gold Medalist.

Fiona O'Laughlin (Key Note speaker), internationally successful comedian as well as an accomplished writer, a popular media personality and an engaging keynote speaker.

Plus tips from a host of fantastic health and lifestyle professionals

Includes light lunch and happy hour!

All enquiries to Kerry Reinhold – 0416 278 245 or email:kerry@liveinthenowfoundation.com.au

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Organiser The Live in the Now Foundation

Organiser of Happy Day Conference 2021

The Live in the Now Foundation is a direct result of the experience Kerry Reinhold had with Breast Cancer after she was first diagnosed in 2012.  

Over an 18 month period Kerry underwent 3 operations, 6 months of chemotherapy, 6 weeks of daily radiotherapy, a suspected heart attack and broken arm to top it off. 

As a result of the severity of treatment, Kerry was unable to continue to work, but had adequate insurances in place that allowed her to focus on healing, and not burden her with the significant financial implications of treatment. This unfortunately is not the case for most cancer patients. During this time Kerry forged a relationship with Cheryl Baxter – Breast Care Nurse. After much discussion, they passionately believed there were 2 areas that could be improved for those affected by cancer.

  1. Programs promoting wellbeing through fun, whilst also being informative and innovative for women and men.

  2. Having little or no understanding of the medical and financial costs involved and navigating through the health and financial systems can be overwhelming.

Given Kerry’s experience (and after speaking with others who have experienced cancer) she and Cheryl felt there was a need to address these vitally important areas.

To achieve this - and this is the truly exciting bit - the not for profit organisation “Live in the Now Foundation” has been created, with all net profits being distributed back into the community.

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