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This is to be an article on the people you can surround yourself with to help you with your diagnosis/treatment/recovery. A kind of “it takes a village” look at cancer. It may be something that people end up doing intuitively, but we hope this will help those who need some structure after receiving scary news, or fill in the holes for others. I’ll want to talk to you about your “team,” which may include a doctor network; a bff; a patient advocate (sometimes provided by hospital if you ask); a personal advocate to make and take you to appointments; a chemo buddy; a recovery group.
Lives in the tri-state area and kicked cancer with the help of a team of friends/advocates/doctors with specific goals/duties
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THANK YOU. Please share with those you think may qualify and be interested.
All Current or (Recent Past) Share The Care™ Groups
We are reaching out to you for two different research projects:
1. We would like to find several participants from the same STC group (current or recent past) to offer their feedback in an ongoing STC research study. The method for responding to the research questions allows each person to do so separately from other group members and at one’s own convenience.
Please send your email address directly to researcher. Amy Hegener, at email@example.com with “SAME STC GROUP” in subject line.
2. If you are a STC group member or family caregiver currently (or in recent past) providing support for someone with Alzheimer’s Disease or Dementia we need your perspective via an online questionnaire and/or a telephone conversation, scheduled at your convenience.
This informal research could be very beneficial for an upcoming program to help STC groups supporting someone with early onset Alzheimer’s Disease.
Please send your email address to firstname.lastname@example.org with “ALZHEIMER’S STC GROUP” in the subject line.
THANK YOU to those of you that have already signed up. Letting you all know that you can sign up for more than one project – and thanking you for your important work to help a loved one or friend and for sharing information that will help so many other people and STC groups.
CALLING ALL STC GROUPS PAST and PRESENT
YOUR INPUT IS NEEDED FOR AN IMPORTANT RESEARCH STUDY
STC SURVEY CLICK ON THE LINK THAT BEST DESCRIBES YOUR ROLE
Amy Hegener, LMSW, a doctoral student from the University at Albany is conducting this evaluation of Share The Care (STC) to establish an evidence-base that supports STC as a best practice model for innovative caregiving strategies. If you have questions on the research study, you may contact Amy directly.
DO YOU KNOW OTHERS WHO COULD PARTICIPATE IN THIS STUDY? CLICK HERE: to download a PDF invitation to participate in Research Study for them.