I used to write about managing blank spaces on your resume post illness or child care leave - I had no clue. Then, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. And then, I got laid off the day after my last chemotherapy and I realized that I do not have a clue on how to be "work ready" after going through something as traumatic as a potential life threatening illness and that if I do not know how to do it, other people probably don't either.
I offer FOR FREE (no gimmick, no tricks) resume reviews, edits and interviewing help, if needed. I also write about it on my blog at www.thenextstep1234.com/blog. If you email me at email@example.com and put "Resume - Cancer Survivor" in the header, I will get back to you immediately with a timeframe. I am the only person currently "staffed" on this initiative so my turnaround time is contingent upon how many people submit that week or month. Right now, I have availability so submit right away. This is the blog category here about my struggles with being "work ready" with my new pixie hair and one boob -> www.thetimebetweenis.org/apps/search?q=work+ready. Here is a video I made about it: