Social Workers provide services to help increase coping and reduce distress for cancer patients and families. They aid in coping with illness, managing emotions, and addressing concerns about family, work and other areas of life. Social Workers also provide emotional support, information, and referrals to various resources, education, and support groups.
Social Workers can support learning how to live with a chronic illness, planning for care, talking with patient's children, family, friends and coworkers, as well as managing and reducing stress.
Care givers can also access social work services as they are also affected by the diagnosis of cancer.
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