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Practical Support

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You may need practical and financial information for day to day concerns when living with a cancer diagnosis

We understand that life can get complicated when you are trying to take care of your health and manage day to day life. You can choose from different kinds of information and resources that apply to your situation.

In this section we have provided information on ...

  • Financial Assistance - government and non-profit programs
  • Home Support Services
  • Transportation and Lodging - when you need to travel for cancer treatment
  • Work and School - when you are looking to return to work after cancer treatment
  • Resources - you can find handouts, guides, videos and where to order publications
Counsellors are a part of your team

Your healthcare team wants you to have all the information and support you need to deal with your cancer diagnosis and treatment. Counsellors are a part of your healthcare team. You might find you need a counsellor to assess your situation and provide referrals to programs or services. You can make an appointment with Patient & Family Counselling Services at you cancer centre.

For Emotional Support Resources go here
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