Coming together as a school community in a time of uncertainty.

BLOG Coming together as a school community in a time of uncertainty. By Colleen Cerebe / May 19, 2020 As parents, educators, and caregivers, we are all facing uncertainty in dealing with our new routines. Finding and coping with a new “normal,” whether it be for work,...

Resources for Siblings of Ill and Injured Children

BLOG Resources for Siblings Whose Sibling Has an Illness or Injury April 29, 2020 (Updated March 8, 2021) When a child is diagnosed with a serious illness or injury, a family’s entire world is rocked and the focus, understandably, goes first to taking care of the...

March Is Social Work Month, But What Even Is a Social Worker?

BLOG March Is Social Work Month, But What Even Is a Social Worker? By Ariel Sugarman-Orens / March  24, 2020 If your child is being treated for cancer, or another childhood illness or injury, there is a good chance that a social worker is part of your...

Fun Ways to Entertain Kids at Home

BLOG Fun Ways to Entertain Kids at Home February 18, 2020 Winter can be tough for any parent or caregiver. The weather keeps you inside most of the time and as February comes around, you’ve just about had enough. The kids are restless but you’ve done all the crafts,...

How to Keep Siblings Connected During a Hospital Stay

BLOG How to Keep Siblings Connected During a Hospital Stay January 25, 2020 One of the hardest parts of in-patient treatment isn’t necessarily the scary tests or painful medical procedures; it’s being separated from those you love. This is true for the entire family,...