Questions to ask when your child has completed treatment
- Who should we talk with to get a comprehensive record of treatment(s) and medications that our child received during treatment?
About practical steps to take at home
- What health problems in our child should we be aware of?
- Who should I contact if health problems occur?
- Does my child need to continue taking any medicine(s)? If so, for how long?
- What types of activities may help my child? Are any activities not recommended?
- What vaccines should my child receive? When should they be given?
About follow-up care (plan and schedule)
- Who should I talk with to get a follow-up care plan and schedule for my child?
- What medical experts should my child see for follow-up care?
- What tests will be done during follow-up care visits? How often and for what reason?
- Where should my child go for follow-up care visits?
- What is the schedule for these visits?
About possible long-term and/or late side effects
- Is my child at increased risk of having long-term side effects? If so, which ones and how can they be managed?
- Is my child at increased risk of developing late effects later in life? If so, which ones? How likely are these to occur? How long after treatment might they occur?
- What type of specialists should my child see to manage these effects?
About support and coping
- What survivor support groups are available for my child? For our family?
- What are the benefits to my child of receiving professional counseling? Is this something you recommend for my child? Why or why not?
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