Does the person you are caring for have cancer and are you looking for resources and referrals?
Here are some suggested resources and references from the Canadian Cancer Society and L’Appui pour les proches aidants.
Make your daily life easier as a caregiver of someone or a child with cancer:
Québec has many priorities for action: prevention, screening, access to care and optimizing the treatment process.
Learn more about the current cancer screening programs.
The Canadian Cancer Society funds cancer research to find and improve ways to prevent, diagnose and treat cancer to change and save lives. The Society works with governments and advocates on behalf of people living with cancer.
The Canadian Cancer Society provides a directory of services to the community. It operates an online support network with the Cancer Information and Support Line at 1-888-939-3333, the live chat service and the CancerConnection.ca online peer support forum.
Caregiver Support Helpline is available to all caregivers across Québec. Whether you are looking for a listening ear, information or referrals, our counselors are available every day from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. This service is free and confidential.
A page on our website is dedicated to the telephone helplines that caregivers can use throughout Quebec.
World Cancer Day is held on February 4. Its purpose is to defend the needs of people and their caregivers. The goal is to encourage government decisions that will make cancer care a priority.
On February 4, 2022, the Canadian Cancer Society highlights the need to address the long-term effects of COVID-19 on cancer care as a priority.
Caregiver Support Helpline is there for all caregivers, throughout Québec. Whether you are looking for a consultation, information or referrals, our counselors are available every day, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. This service is free and confidential.
There is a page on our website dedicated to the telephone helplines that caregivers can use throughout Québec.
Compte Twitter de la Société canadienne du cancer. Ensemble nous sommes encore plus grands que le cancer.
L'Appui pour les proches aidants. Le cancer du sein : une personne atteinte, plusieurs vies touchées.
Organisation mondiale de la Santé. L’OMS présente des mesures de lutte contre le cancer qui pourraient sauver 7 millions de vies.
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