InfertilitySource.com is an educational website that offers information, strategies and tools to help individuals and couples manage the challenges of infertility.
Inflexxion® developed InfertilitySource with grant funding from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. This comprehensive support program features personalized content delivered in an engaging manner. Interactive exercises and activities, audio peer stories, and self-assessment tools with feedback serve to educate and empower users while teaching valuable coping skills.
Created in collaboration with infertility patients and reproductive health experts, InfertilitySource contains four modules: Fertility Basics, Coping Skills, Communicating with Partner, and Communicating with Provider.
- Content designed to appeal to both men and women.
- Flash animation.
- Clinical roundtable on infertility.
- Self-assessment and skill-building exercises informed by theories of social learning, cognitive appraisal and stress inoculation.
- Dynamic events calendar for users.
- Glossary of infertility-related terms.
Facing Cancer with Confidence
The Facing Cancer with Confidence program helps patients who are newly diagnosed with cancer become more effective partners in the treatment process and self-advocates within the medical system.
Inflexxion developed Facing Cancer with Confidence through a grant from the National Cancer Institute. The program presents four cancer survivors who discuss the challenges of having cancer as well as the successful coping strategies that helped them get through treatment. It also features skill-building modules, self-assessments with tailored feedback, and practical tips for dealing with cancer.
The complementary Facing Cancer with Confidence guidebook contains supplementary content along with information that facilitates program use.
- Where to find, evaluate and use medical information.
- Improving communication with medical providers.
- Navigating healthcare systems.
- Complementary and alternative medicine options.
We Can Cope
The We Can Cope program helps families learn to cope after a parent has been diagnosed with cancer.
This program offers straightforward advice with unique segments for parents, adolescents and children. The videos and accompanying guidebook contain the real-life stories of seven families and the approaches they used in dealing with a parent's cancer.
- Developed and scientifically tested by Inflexxion with grant support from the National Cancer Institute.
- Offers practical advice on how to successfully parent while facing cancer.
- Explains how to communicate with children about illness-related issues and attend to a child's psychosocial needs in an age-appropriate fashion.
- Is research-proven to decrease the number and intensity of parental concerns, in comparison with other educational material.
The Dry2Night program offers a fun, positive approach to parents and their children dealing with bedwetting problems.
This home-based program contains parent-directed information on bedwetting, its causes and its treatments. Registration allows parents to set up and store a "Dry As a Desert Plan," which provides goals for children trying to overcome bedwetting.
The children's segment features animated characters, including "Cactus Cal," all of whom are struggling with bedwetting themselves. Children earn rewards by completing steps in their Desert Plan that they can use to play interactive games.
Tools for Parents
- Readiness quiz (Is your family prepared to make a bedwetting plan?).
- Basic bedwetting information.
- Overview of bedwetting treatments.
- Customizable Dry As a Desert Plan and progress report.