A FREE Call In Telephone Support Program for Patients and Their Families/ Caregivers/ Loved Ones- Presented by the National Bone Marrow Transplant Link, www.nbmtlink.org
Special thanks to our generous sponsors: The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Incyte Corporation, Omeros Corporation and Pharmacyclics & Janssen. We also thank our Esteemed Link Partners.
Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2022 NOON to 1 pm EST
The Emotional and Psychosocial Needs of Transplant Patients
This month’s call in program will focus on the many emotional needs of cancer survivors—how to ask for help, including therapy and support from friends and family. Hailey Hassel, is a Senior BMT Social Worker at Be The Match who will share how integral this support is to your survivorship and quality of life. Additionally, Kate Arnold, a survivor will share her personal experiences and reinforce the importance of getting the help you need to thrive. Jennifer Gillette, our licensed staff social worker will host this call. There will be plenty of time for live questions.
If you have any technical issues related to registering, please contact email@example.com or call (248) 770-5172. The call-in information is contained in the form you use to register. Note: YOU call in to participate. (We do not call you.) This program is recorded and available on our website one week after airing live. (www.nbmtlink.org)
This FREE program is intended to provide psychosocial and emotional support along with health information from national experts regarding critical topics surrounding cancer and treatments. Jennifer Gillette, our licensed staff social worker will host this call. There will be plenty of time for live questions.
- Cost is free and registration is mandatory each month. This series, usually scheduled for the THIRD WEDNESDAY OF SELECTED MONTHS, will be facilitated by our staff Social Worker, Jennifer Gillette, LMSW. This program is intended to provide much needed psychosocial and emotional support along with health information from national experts regarding critical topics surrounding cancer diagnosis and treatments. Lunch & Learn programs are open to all patients, their caregivers and loved ones. Each call will include a speaker presentation followed by adequate time for callers to speak, ask questions and hear from other participants.