For Caregivers

They're not alone and neither are you

Here are some tips for staying strong, keeping organized, and knowing where to go when you need extra help.  

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6 steps to help you care for someone with prostate cancer

Loved ones play an important role before, during, and after treatment. Here are a few helpful tips to get you started.

Be open

1. Be Open

A prostate cancer diagnosis brings many emotions. Be open to emotions and feelings. If he can’t or won’t share his feelings with you, remind him that talking with someone will help.

Take care of yourself

2. Take Care Of Yourself

Balancing caregiving with other daily chores can be challenging. Know your own limitations and don’t forget to take time to relax and recharge.

Think positive

3. Think Positive

Maintaining a positive attitude can impact everyone around you. Many studies show there is real power in positive thinking.

Find out

4. Find Out

The more you know, the more empowered you will feel. Go to doctor appointments with a list of questions and don’t leave until you have the answers you need.


5. File It

Treating prostate cancer brings lots of logistics. Organize appointments, medicines, receipts, and insurance information for easy reference and access.

Search for help

6. Seek Help

Feel comfortable reaching out to family, friends, and support groups for help when you need it.

Where to reach out for more help  

Have A Voice

Every month is an opportunity for you to connect with your treatment team

Make monthly visits matter by getting involved in your treatment plan.
One-month depot is ideal for my patients. They love to come in, get checked, and see their nurse practitioner to ask questions and get updated data about their condition.
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