Back by popular demand, Rebekah Tobin, RN BSN, Patient Advocacy Liaison for Multiple Myeloma, will join our SoCal Myeloma Community Chapter to share Takeda Oncology’s Resource Navigator. Specifically, Rebekah will share a comprehensive review of support programs, services, and resources available from multiple organizations. Topics covered will include programs/resources related to treatment as well as financial and legal services. Rebekah is a compassionate and engaging speaker who is able to share real-world experiences and solutions. This is an important meeting, timed purposely to correspond with the end-of-year/new-year renewal times for many of the programs/resources available for myeloma patients. Even if you think you do not qualify for support, join us, you may be surprised! Only a portion of this meeting will be recorded, please join us live to receive the full-benefit of the presentation and be able to ask questions of our expert speaker. All who register will receive a copy of the Takeda Oncology’s Resource Navigator and other tools discussed during the meeting.
Hear Eloise Feinstein share about her journey as a multiple myeloma patient.
Rebekah Tobin will share about valuable programs and resources available to help multiple myeloma
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Let’s get to know each other!
Audrey joined the HealthTree Foundation as the Myeloma Community Program Director in 2020. While not knowing much about myeloma at the start, she has since worked hard to educate herself, empathize and learn from others' experiences. She loves this job. Audrey is passionate about serving others, loves learning, and enjoys a nice mug of hot chocolate no matter the weather.
Diane has been an active and engaged care partner with Todd, her husband, since he was diagnosed with multiple myeloma in 2017. In January 2020 they retired to devote their time and talents as patient advocates, HealthTree coaches, and grateful patient speakers/ambassadors for City of Hope. They are committed to helping improve and advance cancer care for all patients and feel a collaborative, virtual support group is an excellent way to help educate and empower patients and their families. Diane and Todd have lived in Orange County for over 25 years where they raised their two sons.
Todd Kennedy is a Myeloma Coach and grateful patient. His background includes over 30 years working in the pharmaceutical industry until he and his wife Diane retired from their respective first careers to devote their time and talents as patient advocates, Myeloma Crowd coaches, and ambassadors for City of Hope’s expansion to Orange County. Todd is living life to the fullest with his wife and sons in Orange County, CA.
Rebekah is an Oncology Registered Nurse and has more than 10 years of experience in cancer care. She specializes in working to enhance patients’ overall well-being, this work included helping educate patients about what to expect during treatment and managing infusion care, symptoms, and side effects. In recent years, Rebekah has focused on medical education about the evolving management of certain cancers, and on serving as a resource for other healthcare professionals. She is dedicated to educating patients and their loved ones so they can become their own best advocates. care coordination, and care of patients following heart, lung, and blood vessel surgery. Rebekah is driven by her curiosity and a yearning to better understand the needs of the patient community.
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