Online Resources

Websites

CancerCare Counseling is free short-term support for anyone affected by cancer.

CancerCare Online Support Groups are a way to connect with others – cancer patients, loved ones and people who have lost a loved one. Groups are led by oncology social workers.

My Lifeline from Cancer Support Community was created to connect cancer patients and caregivers to their family, friends, and others like them for social and emotional support.

Sleeping Problems: Insomnia, ideas for getting more and better sleep from the American Society of Clinical Oncology

Man Up to Cancer, provides content and a tight-knit community for men impacted by cancer — and the people who love them.

Springboard Beyond Cancer, a joint venture of the National Cancer Institute and the American Cancer Society, has a wealth of information for cancer survivors

American Institute for Cancer Research Media Library has lots of healthy lifestyle videos, activities for kids and family, infographics and more

Stupid Cancer, a lifeline for the young adult cancer community, connecting them to age-appropriate resources and peers who get it

Podcasts + Webinars

Cancer Podcast Series from Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

Investigating Breast Cancer, the official podcast of the Breast Cancer Research Foundation

Cancer Survival Toolbox, from the National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship is an award-winning series of audio programs developed by leading cancer organizations to help people develop important skills to meet the challenges of their illness

Cancer Care has upcoming online workshops and recordings of past workshops on topics like caregiving, pain, nutrition, grief and loss, managing side effects, and many more.

Videos

How to Manage Cancer-Related Fatigue, An explanation of cancer-related fatigue and tips to better manage it

Printable Handouts

Fatigue Factor class handout, a handy reminder of how common cancer-related fatigue really is and the 4 Ps of energy conservation to post on your fridge

Fatigue Activity Log, to help you keep track of what times of day and/or activities are most impacted by your fatigue level

Chemo Brain, info sheet from Dana Farber Cancer Center

Cancer-Related Brain Fog, from the University Health Network in Toronto is full of great information for cancer patients and caregivers about chemo brain