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Blood Cancer Support Group: Young Adults (20-40)

Blood Cancer Support Group: Young Adults (20-40)

  • When?
    20 October 2020, 6.30pm-8pm AEST/7.30-9pm AEDT
  • Where?
    Online – via Webex link

Topic: Discussing the needs of young adults

We know young adults have unique needs and challenges living with blood cancer at this time in their lives. Hence, we are trialing this online group to identify whether a forum to chat with other young adults living with blood cancer would be of benefit. Please join us to share your experience, exchange information and learn healthy coping strategies in a supportive space. This group will be facilitated by Leukaemia Foundation Blood Cancer Support Coordinators.

All groups are 100% confidential and free of charge. Groups will be limited to 15 people to give everyone an opportunity to listen and be heard.

To participate you:

  • Need to be between the ages of 20-40, diagnosed with a blood cancer OR a carer between the ages of 20-40 who is supporting a 20-40 year old diagnosed with a blood cancer
  • Will abide by the principles of privacy, confidentiality & respect
  • Will need a PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone with an internet connection
  • Participants joining from an iPhone/android phone/iPad, should download the webex app prior to the group session
  • Need to register.

What you need to know:

  • Registration is essential
  • Times are quoted in both Australia Eastern Standard Time (AEST) and Australian Daylight Savings Time (AEDT) – ensure you check whether your state uses standard time or daylight savings
  • Please check your junk or spam folders if you don’t receive a confirmation email of your registration.

Download the Webex app for your phone or tablet here:

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We hope you can join us soon.

Connecting Carers Group

Blood Cancer Support Group: Young Adults (20-40)

  • When?
    20 October 2020, 6.30pm-8pm AEST/7.30-9pm AEDT
  • Where?
    Online – via Webex link

Topic: Discussing the needs of young adults

We know young adults have unique needs and challenges living with blood cancer at this time in their lives. Hence, we are trialing this online group to identify whether a forum to chat with other young adults living with blood cancer would be of benefit. Please join us to share your experience, exchange information and learn healthy coping strategies in a supportive space. This group will be facilitated by Leukaemia Foundation Blood Cancer Support Coordinators.

All groups are 100% confidential and free of charge. Groups will be limited to 15 people to give everyone an opportunity to listen and be heard.

To participate you:

  • Need to be between the ages of 20-40, diagnosed with a blood cancer OR a carer between the ages of 20-40 who is supporting a 20-40 year old diagnosed with a blood cancer
  • Will abide by the principles of privacy, confidentiality & respect
  • Will need a PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone with an internet connection
  • Participants joining from an iPhone/android phone/iPad, should download the webex app prior to the group session
  • Need to register.

What you need to know:

  • Registration is essential
  • Times are quoted in both Australia Eastern Standard Time (AEST) and Australian Daylight Savings Time (AEDT) – ensure you check whether your state uses standard time or daylight savings
  • Please check your junk or spam folders if you don’t receive a confirmation email of your registration.

Download the Webex app for your phone or tablet here:

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We hope you can join us soon.

Carers support group (online)

Blood Cancer Support Group: Young Adults (20-40)

  • When?
    20 October 2020, 6.30pm-8pm AEST/7.30-9pm AEDT
  • Where?
    Online – via Webex link

Topic: Discussing the needs of young adults

We know young adults have unique needs and challenges living with blood cancer at this time in their lives. Hence, we are trialing this online group to identify whether a forum to chat with other young adults living with blood cancer would be of benefit. Please join us to share your experience, exchange information and learn healthy coping strategies in a supportive space. This group will be facilitated by Leukaemia Foundation Blood Cancer Support Coordinators.

All groups are 100% confidential and free of charge. Groups will be limited to 15 people to give everyone an opportunity to listen and be heard.

To participate you:

  • Need to be between the ages of 20-40, diagnosed with a blood cancer OR a carer between the ages of 20-40 who is supporting a 20-40 year old diagnosed with a blood cancer
  • Will abide by the principles of privacy, confidentiality & respect
  • Will need a PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone with an internet connection
  • Participants joining from an iPhone/android phone/iPad, should download the webex app prior to the group session
  • Need to register.

What you need to know:

  • Registration is essential
  • Times are quoted in both Australia Eastern Standard Time (AEST) and Australian Daylight Savings Time (AEDT) – ensure you check whether your state uses standard time or daylight savings
  • Please check your junk or spam folders if you don’t receive a confirmation email of your registration.

Download the Webex app for your phone or tablet here:

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Icon of Google Play store

 

 

We hope you can join us soon.

Blood Cancer Support Group

Blood Cancer Support Group: Young Adults (20-40)

  • When?
    20 October 2020, 6.30pm-8pm AEST/7.30-9pm AEDT
  • Where?
    Online – via Webex link

Topic: Discussing the needs of young adults

We know young adults have unique needs and challenges living with blood cancer at this time in their lives. Hence, we are trialing this online group to identify whether a forum to chat with other young adults living with blood cancer would be of benefit. Please join us to share your experience, exchange information and learn healthy coping strategies in a supportive space. This group will be facilitated by Leukaemia Foundation Blood Cancer Support Coordinators.

All groups are 100% confidential and free of charge. Groups will be limited to 15 people to give everyone an opportunity to listen and be heard.

To participate you:

  • Need to be between the ages of 20-40, diagnosed with a blood cancer OR a carer between the ages of 20-40 who is supporting a 20-40 year old diagnosed with a blood cancer
  • Will abide by the principles of privacy, confidentiality & respect
  • Will need a PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone with an internet connection
  • Participants joining from an iPhone/android phone/iPad, should download the webex app prior to the group session
  • Need to register.

What you need to know:

  • Registration is essential
  • Times are quoted in both Australia Eastern Standard Time (AEST) and Australian Daylight Savings Time (AEDT) – ensure you check whether your state uses standard time or daylight savings
  • Please check your junk or spam folders if you don’t receive a confirmation email of your registration.

Download the Webex app for your phone or tablet here:

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We hope you can join us soon.

Light the Night

Light the Night

  • When?
    10 October 2020
  • Where?
    Across Australia

Light the Night is the Leukaemia Foundation’s beautiful evening lantern walk, where Australians gather to transform the darkness into a sea of glowing light to give hope to all those affected by blood cancer. This year, Light the Night will take place in a new and beautiful way on Saturday, 10 October 2020.

Register now to sign up for this special event.

Men’s Blood Cancer Support Group

Blood Cancer Support Group: Young Adults (20-40)

  • When?
    20 October 2020, 6.30pm-8pm AEST/7.30-9pm AEDT
  • Where?
    Online – via Webex link

Topic: Discussing the needs of young adults

We know young adults have unique needs and challenges living with blood cancer at this time in their lives. Hence, we are trialing this online group to identify whether a forum to chat with other young adults living with blood cancer would be of benefit. Please join us to share your experience, exchange information and learn healthy coping strategies in a supportive space. This group will be facilitated by Leukaemia Foundation Blood Cancer Support Coordinators.

All groups are 100% confidential and free of charge. Groups will be limited to 15 people to give everyone an opportunity to listen and be heard.

To participate you:

  • Need to be between the ages of 20-40, diagnosed with a blood cancer OR a carer between the ages of 20-40 who is supporting a 20-40 year old diagnosed with a blood cancer
  • Will abide by the principles of privacy, confidentiality & respect
  • Will need a PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone with an internet connection
  • Participants joining from an iPhone/android phone/iPad, should download the webex app prior to the group session
  • Need to register.

What you need to know:

  • Registration is essential
  • Times are quoted in both Australia Eastern Standard Time (AEST) and Australian Daylight Savings Time (AEDT) – ensure you check whether your state uses standard time or daylight savings
  • Please check your junk or spam folders if you don’t receive a confirmation email of your registration.

Download the Webex app for your phone or tablet here:

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We hope you can join us soon.

Evening Blood Cancer Support Group

Blood Cancer Support Group: Young Adults (20-40)

  • When?
    20 October 2020, 6.30pm-8pm AEST/7.30-9pm AEDT
  • Where?
    Online – via Webex link

Topic: Discussing the needs of young adults

We know young adults have unique needs and challenges living with blood cancer at this time in their lives. Hence, we are trialing this online group to identify whether a forum to chat with other young adults living with blood cancer would be of benefit. Please join us to share your experience, exchange information and learn healthy coping strategies in a supportive space. This group will be facilitated by Leukaemia Foundation Blood Cancer Support Coordinators.

All groups are 100% confidential and free of charge. Groups will be limited to 15 people to give everyone an opportunity to listen and be heard.

To participate you:

  • Need to be between the ages of 20-40, diagnosed with a blood cancer OR a carer between the ages of 20-40 who is supporting a 20-40 year old diagnosed with a blood cancer
  • Will abide by the principles of privacy, confidentiality & respect
  • Will need a PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone with an internet connection
  • Participants joining from an iPhone/android phone/iPad, should download the webex app prior to the group session
  • Need to register.

What you need to know:

  • Registration is essential
  • Times are quoted in both Australia Eastern Standard Time (AEST) and Australian Daylight Savings Time (AEDT) – ensure you check whether your state uses standard time or daylight savings
  • Please check your junk or spam folders if you don’t receive a confirmation email of your registration.

Download the Webex app for your phone or tablet here:

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Icon of Google Play store

 

 

We hope you can join us soon.

Blood Cancer Support Group: Living with uncertainty

Blood Cancer Support Group: Young Adults (20-40)

  • When?
    20 October 2020, 6.30pm-8pm AEST/7.30-9pm AEDT
  • Where?
    Online – via Webex link

Topic: Discussing the needs of young adults

We know young adults have unique needs and challenges living with blood cancer at this time in their lives. Hence, we are trialing this online group to identify whether a forum to chat with other young adults living with blood cancer would be of benefit. Please join us to share your experience, exchange information and learn healthy coping strategies in a supportive space. This group will be facilitated by Leukaemia Foundation Blood Cancer Support Coordinators.

All groups are 100% confidential and free of charge. Groups will be limited to 15 people to give everyone an opportunity to listen and be heard.

To participate you:

  • Need to be between the ages of 20-40, diagnosed with a blood cancer OR a carer between the ages of 20-40 who is supporting a 20-40 year old diagnosed with a blood cancer
  • Will abide by the principles of privacy, confidentiality & respect
  • Will need a PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone with an internet connection
  • Participants joining from an iPhone/android phone/iPad, should download the webex app prior to the group session
  • Need to register.

What you need to know:

  • Registration is essential
  • Times are quoted in both Australia Eastern Standard Time (AEST) and Australian Daylight Savings Time (AEDT) – ensure you check whether your state uses standard time or daylight savings
  • Please check your junk or spam folders if you don’t receive a confirmation email of your registration.

Download the Webex app for your phone or tablet here:

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Icon of Google Play store

 

 

We hope you can join us soon.

World CML Day Webinar

World CML Day Webinar

Every year on 22 September the blood cancer community unites to recognise people living with chronic myeloid leukaemia (CML) and raise awareness, celebrate breakthroughs in treatment and acknowledge what still needs to be done.

We’re proud to bring you a free, live webinar featuring CML expert Tim Hughes.

Speaker

Professor Tim Hughes – Haematologist, Blood Cancer Taskforce Member, International CML expert.

Topics:

  • CML overview
  • Blood Cancer Taskforce
  • Current CML treatment
  • TKI treatment
  • ICMLF theme of ‘life without CML’.

There will be opportunities to ask Tim questions in this interactive webinar. Please register to ensure you receive updates and notifications about the event.

Heartfelt thanks to our partners for supporting Blood Cancer Awareness Month’s patient information and education:

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World Marrow Donor Day Webinar

World CML Day Webinar

Every year on 22 September the blood cancer community unites to recognise people living with chronic myeloid leukaemia (CML) and raise awareness, celebrate breakthroughs in treatment and acknowledge what still needs to be done.

We’re proud to bring you a free, live webinar featuring CML expert Tim Hughes.

Speaker

Professor Tim Hughes – Haematologist, Blood Cancer Taskforce Member, International CML expert.

Topics:

  • CML overview
  • Blood Cancer Taskforce
  • Current CML treatment
  • TKI treatment
  • ICMLF theme of ‘life without CML’.

There will be opportunities to ask Tim questions in this interactive webinar. Please register to ensure you receive updates and notifications about the event.

Heartfelt thanks to our partners for supporting Blood Cancer Awareness Month’s patient information and education:

AbbVie logo