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Provides answers some common questions about compensation for work-related cancer, if your work has caused or contributed to you developing your cancer. To be eligible your work must have ‘substantially contributed’ to the cancer diagnosis. It does not have to be the only reason you developed cancer, or even the main reason.
This fact sheet provides information about work-related issues. Many people affected by cancer and their family and carers have questions about work, e.g. do they need to tell their employer, taking time off for treatment and returning to work after treatment.
This fact sheet explains what is meant by 'getting your affairs in order', including documents that are needed to make sure your wishes are followed, including making a will, advance care planning documents (power of attorney and appointment of enduring guardian), nominating a beneficiary for your superannuation and insurance and sorting out legal and financial paperwork.
Many people worry about what will happen to their debts after they die. Often, they are concerned that their family members will be responsible for paying off the debt. This fact sheet explains what happens to debts after a person dies.
This fact sheet sheet explains how to access your superannuation and insurance benefits from your fund. It covers how to find superannuation, the grounds for early access, taxation issues, types of insurance, how to claim and issues around death benefits.
This fact sheet provides information for people who are having trouble paying their debts. It covers options including payment arrangements, hardship variations under the National Credit Code, debt write-off and refinancing.
Information for the school community on cancer; talking about cancer; ways to support a student and school family with cancer; how the diagnosis can impact on the school community.
This podcast features Dr Sandi Hayes from the Queensland University of Technology talking about how exercise can help to reduce cancer related fatigue. It is one of a series of messages providing information related to physical activity for Indigenous Australians. It runs for 1 minute 49 seconds.
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