Psychosocial support programs ensure patients and families learn to cope with physical and emotional aspects of childhood cancer and serious blood disorders. These psychosocial programs are supported by an experienced team of social workers, psychologists and child life specialists, who are dedicated solely to young patients with cancer and blood disorders. The psychosocial team brings a sense of familiarity and bond between patients and the health care team and ensures that patients and their families receive support, encouragement and access to community resources.
Locations & Affiliations
Jonathan Jaques Children’s Cancer Institute
Providing quality, compassionate care to children with cancer, sickle cell disease and other serious blood disorders through comprehensive psychological programs, research and clinical trails, a specially trained care team and survivorship programs.