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Support your employees when they need it most

The workforce is more affected by cancer than ever, with the incidence of cancer and cancer survivorship both increasing1.

A cancer diagnosis impacts the entire organisation, which is why we have support and education programs that not only look after the affected employee, but the wider team.

Our programs help people and organisations affected by a cancer diagnosis to thrive. And in doing so, we make organisations more productive, supportive, and inclusive.

52%
of employees agree they may have been able to return to work sooner if they had received better support3

We help some some of the world’s leading organisations create cancer-friendly workplaces.

97%
of participants recommend the CancerAid Coach Program to a friend
750%
ROI in a return-to-work setting. This reduces your premiums

The CancerAid Coach Program is designed to help your employees return to wellness.

Our three core offerings work in tandem to deliver effective results.

Our health coaches are trained allied health professionals, nurses, and doctors integral to making sure your employees are getting the most out of the program

A dedicated, experienced health coach

We deliver an accessible curriculum with digital learning assets based on clinically-proven cancer survivorship principles. With CancerAid, your employees gain access to a wealth of knowledge via calls, email, web, text and the award-winning CancerAid app

Evidence-based education and technology

During and after implementation, we support your leadership through engaging content to assist you in shaping a supportive work environment for employees with cancer.

Cancer and Leadership support

Cancer impacts everyone in the team

Launch a support benefit that has real impact. We look after your affected employees, as well as their family, colleagues, and the Human Resources department.

Meaningful support programs help organisations attract top talent, keep them happy and productive, and decrease employee turnover.

Trusted by

The program is well paced and the timeframe between the different modules is flexible. I particularly enjoyed talking on a regular basis with my Cancer coach, who was very supportive and professional. I would recommend the Cancer Aid Coach program to anyone who are on a personal cancer journey.

Gracie, Program Graduate

The tips and tricks to make it all a bit easier has been helpful and also to know what other people are going through. I really enjoyed reading the modules and articles - knowing that there is support available to you and the information is there. The modules covered were all very relevant and the coach was very knowledgeable.
Thank you!

Program Graduate

The program has been very beneficial and nice to be able to speak to someone and get given the information. Having that info does make a real difference. The program has given me direction as to what other support services I can access and it's good for people to be aware of these.

Program Graduate

What we do

We understand your current processes around cancer in the workplace.

We design custom programs to look after your employees, the wider team, the HR department, and family.

We co-design and implement methods of measuring program success, and provide regular reporting.

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1. Australian Institute of Health and Welfare 2019. Cancer in Australia 2019. Cancer series no.119. Cat. no. CAN 123. Canberra: Australian Government; 2019.

2.  Basch E, Deal AM, Dueck AC et al. JAMA. Overall Survival Results of a Trial Assessing Patient-Reported Outcomes for Symptom Monitoring During Routine Cancer Treatment. JAMA. 2017 Jul 11; 318(2): 197–198. DOI: 10.1001/jama.2017.7156

3. Unum. Press Release - More than half of employees with cancer felt they may have been able to return to work sooner had they received better employer support. Unum Group of Companies. Surrey; England 2019. https://www.unum.co.uk/media/cancer-in-the-workplace

4. Ballurkar K, Tan Z, Lo J et al. Feasibility and Acceptability of a Digital and Telephone Health Coaching Program to Promote Improved Return to Work Outcomes in a Cohort of Australian Cancer Patients. 3rd Victorian Cancer Survivorship Conference [Presentation]. March 2020.

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