Triage Cancer offers a series of FREE educational conferences on cancer-related topics including navigating finances, health and disability insurance, employment rights, advocacy, and other cancer survivorship topics.
Join us online on Saturday, May 21, or in Chicago on Saturday, October 1. To register and learn more, visit TriageCancer.org/Conferences.The events cover key information needed to help navigate practical issues, minimize the financial burden of a cancer diagnosis, and reduce stress.
Conferences are designed for individuals diagnosed with cancer, caregivers, advocates, and oncology health care professionals. And while the events are tailored for the cancer community, the information is applicable to anyone with a serious medical condition, or the general public. Free CE is available for nurses, social workers, board certified patient advocates, and human resources professionals.
Being an Empowered Patient and Advocate
Health Insurance: Understanding Your Options & Using Your Coverage
Practical Tools for Managing Medical Bills, Your Financial Health, & Estate Documents
Employment Issues: Working Through Treatment and Taking Time Off
Disability Insurance: Options, Applications, & Appeals
If you can’t make the event, or need information now, Triage Cancer’s free webinar series covers a variety of topics. Our next webinar on May 26, 2022, will cover Returning to Work, and discuss key information on the laws and resources that help someone return to work after taking time off, including rights when returning to an existing job, searching for a new job, and transitioning off SSI or SSDI benefits.
If you don’t see what you need on the schedule, you may be able to find the information among our past webinars.
Triage Cancer is a national, nonprofit providing free education to people diagnosed with cancer, caregivers, and health care professionals on cancer-related legal and practical issues. Through events, materials, and resources, Triage Cancer is dedicated to helping people move beyond diagnosis.
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