• Family Connections

    The Daily Routine: Making It Work

    "The Daily Routine: Making It Work" is a model of how a caring group of family members, friends, neighbors, and others can be organized to help maintain the daily life routine of patients and families during treatment for cancer.

    The basic elements needed to create this caring community include a volunteer coordinator, the use of a master calendar, and, of course, all those thoughtful, concerned, wonderful people who have offered help during this time.

    Many people are very willing to come together to help others, and those who have used this type of system have found it is easy to set up and workable for many types of situations and needs. This is one general way to organize support; you may think of others. Whatever you do, we hope you will get the help you need to meet the daily challenges of managing and maintaining your life while you are dealing with cancer treatment.

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