Supporting Children When a Parent Has Cancer

September 29, 2018

From wanting to communicate the “right” things to striving to keep routines on track, many parents worry about how to best support their children after a breast cancer diagnosis. Listen to this session recording to learn age-appropriate language to use with your children when talking about your diagnosis and treatment. Gain insight into how children process illness and how you can help your child to cope with their fears. Get practical strategies and explore resources to manage day-to-day matters like school pick-ups, family chores and playdates to make the most of your energy while managing matters of the heart and home.

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