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Caregiver Corner

If you are helping your family member or friend through cancer treatment, you are a caregiver. This may mean helping with daily activities such as going to the doctor or making meals. It could also mean coordinating services and care. Or it may be giving emotional and spiritual support.

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Young Cancer Spouses Caregiver

Young Cancer Spouses

Young and cancer are two words we don’t often piece together, unless we’re watching fundraisers for hospitals for children with cancer.  Yet, there are more and more people becoming afflicted

Adjusting to Being a Caregiver

Adjusting to Being a Caregiver

Giving care and support during this time can be a challenge. Many caregivers put their own needs and feelings aside to focus on the person with cancer. This can be hard to maintain for a long time, and it’s not good for your health. If you don’t take care of yourself, you won’t be able to take care of others. It’s important for everyone that you give care to you.

Caregiving During the Holidays

Caregivers, Say Yes to the Holidays

The holidays are coming, the holidays are coming! For many the response may be an “Aaaah” (soft, warm sigh). For caregivers, however, “AAAAAHHHHH!”(loud, shrill scream) may more closely resemble the

caregiver bill rights

The Caregiver Bill of Rights

As caregivers, we have to remind ourselves of the importance our own needs. It’s so easy to get depressed, frustrated and distracted when caring for someone else on a daily


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