Assessment and referral services
Assessment and referral services description
One of our Blood Cancer Support Coordinators will work with you to help identify the areas where you may need most support. This can cover anything from managing medication to dealing with fatigue, relationship matters, mental health or finances.
We have established relationships across the cancer care network, including health professionals (such as haematologists and allied health professionals), treating centres and hospitals, other not for profit organisations, and specialist assistance and support services (such as Centrelink).
This means that once we have identified your needs, we can connect you with the help and support you need, when you need it.
Assessment and referral services locations
Our Assessment and referral services are available throughout Australia.
Assessment and referral services eligibility criteria
Our Assessment and referral services are available to anyone living with blood cancer, their family and friends.
How to access assessment and referral services
Via referral and assessment from Blood Cancer Support Coordinators, treating facilities, social workers and welfare officers.
You can also contact us directly on 1800 620 420 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Assessment and referral services costs
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