Facing Forward: When Someone You Love Has Completed Cancer Treatment

Facing Forward: When Someone You Love Has Completed Cancer Treatment

Provides caregivers with coping strategies to help them shift their focus from treatment to recovery. Discusses the transition to a “new normal,” communication skills and feelings, ways to get support, helping with follow-up care, and the need for self-care.
format: Booklet/Pamphlet
written in English
for the audience Parents/Family/Friends
last printed: September 2014
NIH Plain Language Award, Excellent, 2007
publication number: P224
NIH number: 14-5728
part of the collection: 
Facing Forward Completed Treatment
28 pages
Booklet/Pamphlet format
8.25 x 10.75 inches; purple
  • Description
    Provides caregivers with coping strategies to help them shift their focus from treatment to recovery. Discusses the transition to a “new normal,” communication skills and feelings, ways to get support, helping with follow-up care, and the need for self-care.
  • More Details
    for the audience  Parents/Family/Friends
    NIH Plain Language Award, Excellent, 2007
    publication number: P224
    NIH number: 14-5728