Our Specialty Programs
We have created a variety of programs for both patients and staff to provide education, resources, and care! Learn a little bit about each of the programs here, or click on the links to dive more into the program.
Atomic Heroes Alliance
The Atomic Heroes Alliance (AHA) is an exclusive group for former atomic workers that offers various resources and perks related to their EEOICPA benefits.
With this Nuclear Care Partners initiative, we aim to build a community of former workers who can share in their common experiences and connect with one another, enjoy various perks, and have access to a wide range of resources to help them wherever they’re at in their benefits journey. Plus, it’s free to join!
If patients have their DOL White Card, they may qualify for this free program which serves to improve their breathing and will guide them through individualized interventions unique to their health needs.
This program will be built right into the plan of care and will guide patients and their clinicians through individualized interventions with the goal of improving their breathing. It will focus on education, the disease process, and breathing exercises.
Once a former worker has completed the filing process for EEOICPA benefits, has received their DOL white card, and is either awaiting approval to receive care or is on services with another provider, they are eligible for our Health Watch Program!
This free 8-week program was created to provide a better experience for former workers by allowing them to experience the Nuclear Care Partners difference before they are even approved for care. It will also provide former workers with a variety of resources related to their EEOICPA benefits and will keep them informed through their benefits authorization process.
Family Caregiver Bootcamp
This free program will guide family caregivers through the basics of what it means to be a family caregiver & provide the education and support they need to care for their loved one!
The goal of this program is to help family caregivers, who are caring for former atomic workers, feel properly prepared and well-equipped to provide care, teach them the basics of being a family caregiver, and provide them with the education and support they need to protect and care for their loved one.