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How To Talk About Costs With Your Child’s Cancer Care Team

BLOGHow To Talk About Costs With Your Child’s Cancer Care Team By Devin Traxler, MSW, LSW Cancer, other illnesses, and injuries affect the whole family, especially when a child is diagnosed. There is fear and anxiety around their health and treatment outcome, stress...

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Survivorship Lessons 42 Years “After” Cancer

BLOGSurvivorship Lessons 42 Years “After” Cancer By Mariah Forster Olson, Coalition Against Childhood Cancer (CAC2), Survivorship Interest Group Liaison, Secretary Treatments for childhood cancer can be incredibly brutal and toxic, and have the potential to leave...

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How to Make Your Own Pillowcase to Help Your Ill Child Cope

BLOGHow to Make a Pillowcase to Help Your Ill Child Cope Making a pillowcase is a great way to cheer up a child with an illness or injury and help them cope. Maybe you’ve already received one of our bright, unique pillowcases from Ryan’s Case for Smiles while in...

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How to Stay Connected While Apart

BLOGHow to Stay Connected While Apart Thanks to a historically bad flu season, surging COVID cases and cold weather, on top of caring for a child with an illness or injury, you may be limiting social interactions more than ever. Yet it is times like these that we need...

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Our Favorite Resources to Help Children Cope

BLOGOur Favorite Resources to Help Children Cope A child’s illness or injury can be challenging and confusing for everyone. A wide range of emotions and reactions are “normal”. Your child may regress, display heightened anxiety, or have trouble expressing how they...

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