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Children and Teenagers with Cancer: Cognitive and Emotional Challenges at School after Treatment
With support, many children and teens continue their schooling in some way after a cancer diagnosis despite the challenges presented by the disease, its treatment, and the social and emotional impact of the illness. However, for some children and teens, emotional and cognitive challenges continue or become evident after treatment ends. How do we recognize these challenges and help ensure these children and teens receive the support they need?
Ann Klinck, M.A.Sc., C. Psych. Assoc.
School Liaison, Pediatric Cancer School Support Program
Children’s Hospital, London Health Sciences Centre