Facing Cancer TogetherMar 08, 2020
Understanding Health Insurance Part 2 - Issues and Solutions for the Underinsured
Issues and solutions for those who are underinsured are discussed by Christina Bach, Financial Navigation Specialist and Helpline Community Navigator for the Cancer Support Community and Education Content Specialist and Psychosocial Content Editor for Oncolink.
Understanding Health Insurance Part 1
Learn about health insurance basics and how to make it work for you. Our guest is Christina Bach, Financial Navigation Specialist and Helpline Community Navigator for the Cancer Support Community and Educational Content Specialist and Psychosocial Content Editor at Oncolink.
Support for Kids & Teens
Kids and teens have unique needs when they, a friend, or family member is dealing with cancer. Cancer Support Community's Child & Teen Program Manager Christina Wise discusses how kids cope and what the organization does to help.
The Importance of Self-Advocacy for Cancer Patients
If you want the most from your cancer treatment, you need to be engaged with your treatment team. You should ask questions, speak up if you have concerns, tell them your goals, and not just passively accept what you're told. Carolyn Vachani, an oncology advanced practice nurse and the Managing Editor at OncoLink, a website of Penn Medicine's Abramson Cancer Center, is the guest.
Journaling for Cancer Patients
Fear of Recurrence
Dr. Pam Ginsgerg, a psychologist specializing in psycho-oncology, discusses the fear of cancer recurrence and strategies to help you cope with it.
Attorney Justin Pilchman discusses how estate planning can bring some certainty to cancer survivors' lives and bring peace of mind to their families.
Caresharing - How to take care of your loved one and yourself
Dr. Yvonne Kaye talks about the best approaches to taking care of a loved one with cancer and yourself.
Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income Benefits for Cancer Survivors
Introduction to Cancer Support Community Greater Philadelphia
We provide free support services to people impacted by cancer: patients, survivors, families and friends. We have education programs, support groups and fun events for those of all ages at our two locations in Warminster and Philadelphia as well as in four area hospitals.