TESTIMONIAL FROM FRÉDÉRIC
From Cancer Survivor to Financial Survivor, Canadian Cancer Survivor Network
This webinar will serve as an introduction to Cancer and Work, a website that “was designed to address the unique needs of cancer survivors with returning, remaining, changing work or looking for work after a diagnosis of cancer. The website provides newly created information, resources, and interactive tools for cancer survivors, healthcare providers, employers, and highlights helpful information from across the globe.” The talk will include 10 steps to return to work, and job search ideas for cancer survivors
CANCER AND WORK VIDEO RESOURCES
Fear of Recurrence
Role Play – Dealing with Colleagues when Returning to Work
Dr. Christine Corbasson reviews this technique to help deal with colleagues when returning to work.
How to Change Unhelpful Thoughts
Dr. Christine Corbasson reviews this technique to help change unhelpful thoughts in on the job situations.
How to Manage Your Anxiety about your Return to Work
Dr. Christine Corbasson reviews this technique to help manage stress or anxiety about your return to work.
Cancer Survivorship Brain Health: Navigating Neurocognitive Effects | Dr. Lori Bernstein | RWS 2023
Whether you are a cancer survivor, a caregiver, a healthcare professional, or simply interested in the field of survivorship and brain health, this video offers a wealth of knowledge and practical advice to support you on this journey.
Don’t miss out on this valuable resource! Access the video “Cancer Survivorship Brain Health: Navigating Neurocognitive Effects” at the provided link and gain valuable insights into understanding and managing neurocognitive effects in the context of cancer survivorship.
Join us for an enlightening exploration of the challenges faced by cancer survivors in relation to their brain health and cognitive functioning.
SURVIVOR CONFERENCE 2021
RETURNING TO WORK AFTER CANCER:
A WEBINAR FOR EMPLOYEES AND EMPLOYERS
FOR EMPLOYERS: If you are a manager or human resource director who wants to learn how to help employees transition back to work after cancer, join us for this webinar. Our guest speakers will provide you with information and direct you to toolkits that will help.
Tina works as an Administration Manager for subsidized housing for First Nations. She was diagnosed with breast cancer aged 41. In this video, Tina talks about trying to find support during her breast cancer treatment and her reactions to her body’s changes.
Lindsay was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia at age 29. Her treatment consisted of two rounds of chemotherapy, stem cell transplant, full-body radiation and then spinal-tap radiation. Watch as she talks about her diagnosis, isolation, lost and rekindled friendships, returning to the world, and finding her balance.
In this video, Jen talks about dealing with endodermal sinus, a rare form of ovarian cancer, as a young adult. She talks about how hard it was to go back to being dependent on her mother through treatment and her slow and difficult return to work. Jen also shares how finding a support group of young-adult cancer survivors helped her heal.
These videos are courtesy Canadian Partnership Against Cancer: Truth of It video series.