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Cancer Information and Resources

Provided by: Cancer and Work

Service Description

Provides information, resources, and interactive tools for cancer survivors, healthcare providers, and employers:

Survivors – offers resources for individuals contemplating or navigating a return to work after a cancer diagnosis or treatment:

  • Returning to / Staying at Work
  • Assessment of Work Abilities
  • Finances and Disability
  • Workplace Accommodations
  • Changing Jobs and Looking for Work
  • Caregiver Information
  • Law, Policy and Practice Information
  • Interactive Tools – job analysis, return to work planner, fatigue tracking, task analysis worksheet

Healthcare providers – offers resources to healthcare providers on effectively supporting the return to work for cancer survivors:

  • Information, tools, and courses, to equip healthcare professionals with the knowledge and skills needed to facilitate a smooth transition back to work for cancer survivors.

Employers – provides guidance for employers involved in supporting employees returning to work or staying at work after a cancer diagnosis or treatment:

  • Support and Stay in Contact – establishing supportive communication channels.
  • Work Assessment – evaluating the work environment to understand potential challenges.
  • Job Accommodation Ideas – considering and discussing potential accommodations to facilitate a smoother transition.
  • Return to Work Plan – creating a customized plan outlining steps for the return to work, continuously assessing and adjusting the plan as needed.


▪ Cancer survivors returning to work, looking for work or remaining at work ▪ Healthcare providers supporting cancer survivors' during and after treatment ▪ Employers supporting cancer survivors returning to work or staying at work after a cancer diagnosis or treatment.

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Coverage Area

Saskatchewan, Canada

Languages Offered

English, French, English, French

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Location Info

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