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Supportive care for cancer community resource guide .
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Stanford Health Care. We hope this guide helps you prepare for your first Health Care patient or family member. Call us or ask your care team if you have questions about the information, resources, or services you read about in this guide. Genetics and Genomics Cancer Care Program (3rd Floor) Head and Neck Cancer Program (3rd Floor). Get access to valuable community resources through the support team at the Foley Cancer Center. Social workers, patient representatives and other staff are happy to refer you to regional agencies and services. Home Care & Independent Living. Learn more about home health, hospice and independent living services available in the community.
The Cancer Support Community is located in Walnut Creek; and joining other committees such as translating resource book into Chinese and Spanish. The Cancer Supportive Care Committee aims to organize and connect Cancer Center departments and allies to generate and sustain a cohesive philosophy and shared vision of supportive care within. Services for Caregivers. Community Resource Guide Template (PDF) This training manual is designed for use by community organizations that have an administrative and program structure in place and a system for recruiting, screening, training and supporting volunteers, and have or are ready to establish a program for training volunteer caregivers or older adults.
Updated April The Patient Assistance & Reimbursement Guide has the most up-to-date information on cancer drug assistance and reimbursement programs to help your patients alleviate the financial burden of their treatment.. This guide to financial assistance contains directions on how to enroll in programs from 35 companies that taken together grant eligible insured, underinsured, and. Surviving the Cancer System: An Empowering Guide to Taking Control of your Care By Mark R. Fesen, M.D., FACP ($19, Amacom Books) "Cancer is not only a disease. It is a highly sophisticated.
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Resources. Cancer*Care* HOPE () Collaborative wwworg. American Cancer Society U.S. Administration on Aging The United Way (find your local United Way at ) These important agencies can guide you to resources in your local.
I received the edition of this book in from the Stanford Cancer Supportive Care Program and I found the book to be extremely helpful.
After six months of intensive chemo in at the Stanford Cancer Center with wonderful care from Dr. Advani and the Stanford team, my stage IV Hodgkin's Lymphoma is considered "cured".Cited by: For more detailed information about managing one’s finances during cancer, check out The Financial Edition of “A Helping Hand: The Resource Guide for People With Cancer.” This downloadable booklet can guide patients and their loved ones in understanding their options, knowing their rights and knowing who to ask for help.
This book offers healthcare professionals, academics and anyone affected by cancer a fresh and original approach to the supportive care of people with cancer. It looks at some of the underlying reasons why cancer often leads to high levels of distress. More importantly, it suggests many practical ways distress can be prevented and minimised.
This guidebook, based on the Cancer Supportive Care program its authors established in San Francisco, offers clear, authoritative information about all aspects of cancer management, from diagnosis and treatment to medication and its side effects, to hospice care. The American Cancer Society Caregiver Resource Guide is a tool for people who are caring for someone with cancer.
It can help you: learn how to care for yourself as a caregiver, better understand what your loved one is going through, develop skills for coping and caring, and take steps to help protect your health and well-being. For assistance with additional resources please contact our Cancer Support Helpline at or live chat with one of our counselors.
AIM at Melanoma. Medical Information. Patient Education. Prevention/Detection. American Brain Tumor Association. Support for people living with cancer and their families and friends. Patient Education. Supportive Care in Cancer provides members of the Multinational Association of Supportive Care in Cancer (MASCC) and all other interested individuals, groups and institutions with the most recent scientific and social information on all aspects of supportive care in cancer patients.
The journal primarily covers medical, technical and surgical topics concerning supportive therapy and care which. Cancer Support Community So that No One Faces Cancer Alone® 15th Street NW | Suite Washington, DC Cancer Helpline: Phone: Fax: Cancer Support Community is a (c)3 charitable organization.
We offer authoritative information about your type of cancer as well as information on a wide range of cancer topics and the latest cancer research. Also find NCI-supported clinical trials.
For your questions about cancer or help navigating the NCI website, please contact our information specialists. help patients and their families make informed health care decisions. The website offers a guide on managing the cost of cancer care, advice on finding a doctor and questions to ask when deciding where to treat.
This resource will help you make decisions based on your needs and cancer type. General Resources 4. The Stanford Cancer Supportive Care Program provides FREE classes, workshops, fitness classes, services, and support to all cancer patients, regardless of where they receive their care.
View more classes and events at the Stanford Cancer Supportive Care Program» Tuesday, Ap p.m. - 8 p.m. Cambrian Branch Libary. This Is for You is a guided online experience designed to give you the type of support you need so that you can make the most out of each day—in a way that's meaningful to you.
Please select one. I'm living with cancer. Someone I care about is living with cancer. I would like to receive periodic email updates from the This Is for You Team. Described as a guide book for those diagnosed with cancer, Life Over Cancer provides patients with the benefit of his knowledge and experience in treating cancer for thirty years.
The book gives patients a systematic, research-based plan for developing the physical and emotional vitality they need to meet the demands of treatment and recovery. Supportive Care of the Cancer Patient: Medicine & Health Science Books @ The CSRA Community Resource Guide is designed to provide general information on community Support Groups Transportation Urgent Care Veteran Services.
Adult Health Services This service provides primary care for all ages. Services include: Adult medical care, Breast and cervical cancer screening, Diabetes screening and follow up File Size: KB.
Supportive Care in Cancer (SCC) is a monthly journal (since ) published by Springer. It provides MASCC members and other interested readers with up-to-date research and reviews pertaining to all aspects of supportive care for people with cancer, their caregivers, and families.
Side effects of cancer treatment, management of cancer-related complications and pain, and psychosocial concerns. PDQ® Supportive & Palliative Care Summaries - National Cancer Institute Skip to. NCCS Resource Guide Navigating a cancer diagnosis is difficult.
This collection of organizations and resources was built for cancer survivors and their loved ones to use at any stage of survivorship. Cancer Resource Guide for Treatment This guide is meant to serve as an outline of programs and services that address many of the needs of cancer patients during active treatment, as well as resources for loved ones.
All programs and services are (unless otherwise indicated): no cost, reduced cost based on income, orFile Size: KB. Cancer Supportive Care Program Implementation Guide Developed at the Stanford Center for Integrative Medicine Stanford University Hospital and Clinics Ernest H.
Rosenbaum, MD, Holly Gautier, RN, BSN, Pat Fobair, LCSW and David Spiegel, MD.2 guides in 1! Patient Resource Cancer Guide, 13th Edition, Winteris a valuable resource for newly diagnosed or restaged cancer patients and their loved ones. The comprehensive guide explores many cancer types and available treatment options, along with helpful information regarding common side effects, genetic testing and more.The community resource guide template is modeled on a community resource guide developed by a Medicaid community-based care management agency in Alabama.
It prompts the hospital readmission reduction team to identify community agencies that offer services across a range of clinical, behavioral, and social domains.