Learn how to navigate the health care system,
how to deal with insurance claims, questions to ask your spouse’s oncologist,
learn how to master your mindset,
conquer emotional turmoil,
become not just a better caregiver, but a become a better person as well….
In four weeks,
Without the frustration and confusion from the sea of information from untrusted sites.
By the end of this program, you will have learned how to........
- Learn the organizational side of caregiving like scheduling appointments, dealing with insurance claims,
- Set up a caregiving routine that establishes healthy practices to help you avoid the mistakes that lead to burnout.
- How to talk to your children about their dad/mom’s diagnosis.
- How to break the news to your other family members
- How to help your spouse prepare for surgery and recovery prepare for chemotherapy.
- Important legal decisions and how to go about them.
Hi. I’m Esther Mbabazi and I know firsthand what a cancer diagnosis can mean.
After 10 years of experience working with cancer patients, I know what the potential risks of different procedures are, what symptoms to look out for, and how to administer medical treatments at home.
But I also know what it’s like to be the caregiver of a person with a cancer diagnosis. My mother was diagnosed with cervical cancer and I became her primary caregiver through her treatment. And I completely understand how this diagnosis can completely change your world.
Those first few months after your loved one’s diagnosis are crucial to setting up a routine that lasts. And prioritizing the emotional health of both you and your loved one, will help you avoid burnouts down the line.
Getting started on the right foot can completely change a caregiver’s experience. If you try to give everything you have all at once, you’ll find yourself quickly overcome with all that needs to be done.
This course is completely online so that it can fit into any caregiver’s schedule, no matter how busy. This means that not only can you take the course when it makes sense for you, but you can take it at your own pace.
No more worrying about not being able to attend course sessions due to appointments!
Gain access to the in’s and out’s of gastro cancer treatment from the medical side and how to manage it from the caregiver’s side.
This is a difficult time, I’m not going to sugar coat it, but if there are ways to make your everyday tasks easier and lighten your load.
This is why I developed ReThinking Caregiving, an online course for new or established colon cancer caregivers who are looking for support as they provide care to a partner.
A colon cancer diagnosis can lead you down a rabbit hole of information that leaves you overwhelmed, confused, and scared.
This course breaks down the information you really need into modules that will help you process your role in the coming months.
Enroll in ReThinking Caregiving Today
A One-Time Payment of
What's Inside ReThinking Caregiving?
Diagnosis & pre-treatment decisions
- Why & How You need to get organized
- Getting ready for your spouse’s first doctor appointment
- Questions to ask your spouse’s treatment
- To get a second opinion or Not?
- Dealing with the difficult & legal conversations.
- And much more….
The Treatment Process
- Preparing for surgery
- How to help your loved one recover after surgery
- Commencement of chemotherapy treatments
- Side effects and how to navigate them.
- Family adjustments
- Practical and physical adjustments
- Practical and physical adjustments
- Taking care of you
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: When does this course start and end?
A: You get access to the course material as soon as you purchase. The course itself is completely self-directed, so you can go through it at your own pace.
Q: How long will it take me to go through the information included?
A: You could go through it all in a matter of hours, but I encourage you to take your time working through the material. You will want to make notes and plan for upcoming appointments as you read. Of course, since you have lifetime access to the material, you can refer back to it at any time.
Q: Would this help for caregivers that are dealing with other types of gastro-related cancer?
A: Yes! This will help the caregiver of anyone with a gastrointestinal cancer diagnosis.
Q: I don’t know what my spouse’s treatment plan will be, should I wait to get this course?
A: Nope, you should get this ASAP! This course will help you get organized, ask the right questions and prepare for treatment.
You can’t control that this is happening to you but you can control how you prepare for it and feel better equipped to be a caregiver for your loved one.
It’s okay to ask for help. No one is expecting you to go through this alone.
Let’s navigate this experience together.
Conversation starter kit - $ 97 value
Create a connection with your spouse using this amazing conversation starter kit.
50 high protein recipes - $ 50 value
Complete with shopping lists, these protein packed recipes are easy to prepare, to help boost your loved one’s nutritional status as he/she goes through colon cancer treatments.
Answering your questions live
I will answer your questions live twice a week in a private Facebook group.