FIND THE HELP YOU NEED
It is normal for parents or carers who are looking after a child with cancer to feel scared and nervous. Coping with cancer and treatment can be difficult at times for both children and their carers. It is child is one of the most draining and difficult tasks a parent can face. But with planning and hopefully teamwork from your family, relatives and friends, you can help your child through his or her treatment. Here are some tips on how to help them cope with changes, their emotional state and the impact of cancer on their daily life.
What happens next?
You may have just learned that your child has cancer.
He/she may be in treatment, or finishing treatment.
It is for sure overwhelming, but knowing what to expect may help you feel more at ease.
This timeline provides information and advice throughout your child’s cancer journey. It has been designed in sections, which you can read at the right time for you.