AM I A CAREGIVER?
Caregivers include anyone – a spouse or partner, a sibling, a parent, a friend – who takes on significant responsibility of caring for someone with a cancer diagnosis.
Caregivers are frequently overlooked and usually stretched to capacity. As a caregiver, paying attention to your own health and well-bring is imperative. Being there for your loved one means taking care of yourself, too. That is why SOUL RYEDERS focuses on supporting those in this critical role.
We have programs designed to create community and connection among other caregivers. This network is vital. SOUL RYEDERS provides an empathetic ear during what can be a turbulent time. In the moments when you feel overwhelmed, our team at SOUL RYEDERS is here for you, providing coping strategies and information on how to be an effective and impactful caregiver.
DO YOU NEED SUPPORT AS A CAREGIVER?
If you are a caregiver looking for support or resources, we encourage you to fill out this brief form and one of our Client Navigators will be in touch with you shortly
CAREGIVER SUPPORT GROUPS
MEDITATION & CONVERSATION
CARING FOR SOMEONE WITH A CANCER DIAGNOSIS?
Are you caring for a loved one, a parent, a sibling, a friend who has a cancer diagnosis? SOUL RYEDERS can help. We offer initial one-on-one counseling with a professional Client Navigator who will help create a supportive environment for them from our unique programs and resources.
Fill out this brief form and someone will be in touch shortly.
“The work that you do means so much to so many people battling cancer, and I’ve seen first-hand how much it has meant to my daughter. From The Wig Exchange to SOUL Mondays to special care packages and just being a great resource and wonderful listener, your outpouring of care and support makes a devastating journey more bearable – and even adds joy and meaning where it didn’t seem possible.”
“Medical treatment, research and process is obviously extremely important, but your work of supporting those affected and also their family, friends and caregivers is equally important. If we can’t get out of bed and face the day, how can we help our friends?”