Cancer survivors and caregivers may need extra help during the cancer journey. Explore Springboard's support center.
Strong communication and the support of others can be extremely important when dealing with cancer. Find out how to get the support you need.
Find out how to talk to loved ones about what you are going through and asking them for help.
Good communication with health care providers can make things easier for you. Get tips for making the most of your interactions with your health care team.
Many factors determine whether you can work during treatment and when you can return to work after. Understand your rights in the workplace.
People with cancer often find it helpful to talk with others who are in similar situations. Find out if peer support groups are right for you.
Build a Vision Board to keep yourself focused on staying positive, hopeful, and strong. Get inspiration and ideas for your board here.
People who provide care and support sometimes need some help too. Find out what it means to be a cancer caregiver and get information on how to take care of yourself and the cancer patient in your life.
You may have lots of questions about your new role as a caregiver. Get answers to your questions and find resources that can help you succeed.
Caring for someone else’s health doesn’t mean you shouldn’t also take time to care for yourself. Make your health a priority, too.
Caregivers need to take care of their emotional and mental health to avoid burnout and handle stress in healthy ways.
Finding meaning and purpose in caregiving can help you cope with distress and discover the value of the caregiving experience.
The end of treatment doesn’t always mean the end of caregiving. Learn how to manage this transition and the emotional challenges that might come with it.
Being a caregiver for a loved one with advanced cancer may present new challenges. Prepare for end-of-life care and get help coping with loss.
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