Free Webinar - Supporting employees back to work following cancer treatment
25 April 2019
Presented by Working Towards Wellbeing, a specialist in providing support to employees with cancer and their employers, and one of Generali’s rehabilitation partners.
Providing work support services for individuals suffering from cancer, chronic illness or mental health issues, Working Towards Wellbeing provides the missing link, supporting people to transition from a wealth system (i.e. work) into the health system (i.e. diagnosis, treatment and rehab) and, importantly, the transition back to work: often an vital part of the rehabilitation process.
Whilst NHS services and charities provide essential support in their specific areas of expertise, the bridge to and from work is often missing. Working Towards Wellbeing provides that bridge, as well as one-on-one support from the moment a cancer diagnosis is received until an individual recovers and throughout their rehabilitation journey. They pull together resource from professional bodies, charities and healthcare services to provide individuals with the most complete and comprehensive support network possible.
Work is an important part of rehabilitation for many, but the transition can be difficult for both employer and employee for many reasons. Working Towards Wellbeing not only supports the employee but provides expert support and guidance to the employer too, ensuring a smooth and successful transition for all.
Learn more about how Working Towards Wellbeing, an added value service included with your Group Income Protection from Generali UK, can support you and your employees.
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Dr Julie Denning is a Director of Working To Wellbeing which is a vocational rehabilitation and wellbeing provider to the Insurance Market. She is a Chartered Health Psychologist with over 17 years’ experience of working in the vocational rehabilitation sector. She has designed and delivered work focussed services to support people with long term conditions including, persistent pain, cancer, chronic fatigue and mental health to return to work when ready.
Please note: If you're unable to register or the webinar is oversubscribed, please contact our team via email firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll be happy to provide you with a recording of the presentation.