Applying for health insurance or filing health insurance claims can be a full-time job and extremely overwhelming to patients, their caregivers and families. There are many excellent guides and tools available to help in working through these challenges and determining which resources are available to them.The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) offers the following financial assistance programs to help indivi...
Speak one-on-one with an Information Specialist for personalized disease and treatment information.
Chat with other patients and caregivers, stay current on the latest diagnosis and treatment news, and get personalized support from trained LLS staff.
A peer-to-peer program that matches newly diagnosed patients and their families with trained volunteers who have shared similar experiences.
Additional Support Resources
One-On-One Nutrition Consultations The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) provides PearlPoint Nutrition Services® to patients and caregivers of all cancer types, offering free nutrition education and consultations. Our registered dietitian has expertise in oncology nutrition and provides free one-on-one consultations by phone or email. Schedule a Consult ...
Being diagnosed with a blood cancer can make you feel like you are alone. The Bloodline with LLS is here to remind you that after a diagnosis comes hope. Listen in as experts and patients guide listeners in understanding diagnosis, treatment, and resources available to blood cancer patients. Join Alicia Patten and Lizette Rivera from the Patient Access Education Team at The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society as the...
Reach Out to Others for Support The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's (LLS's) support groups are the perfect place to talk with other people affected by blood cancers, including patients, family members and caregivers. The groups provide mutual support and offer the opportunity to discuss anxieties and concerns with others who share the same experiences. This sharing strengthens the family bond and enhances everyo...
Am I A Caregiver? If you’re providing regular assistance, you are a caregiver. Your loved one may only need support occasionally, or your loved one may need constant care. The kind of support needed will be different for each person and may also change over time. But if you're consistently providing care, you are a caregiver. Here are just a few examples of caregiver tasks: Going grocery ...
In addition to our programs and services for blood cancer patients, families and caregivers, LLS is pleased to offer an extensive directory of national and international resources. These organizations can help with cancer-related issues like financial assistance, support and counseling, assistance with transportation, etc. It may be helpful for you to browse through each section to discover all that is offered. Th...