Published October 17, 2006
by Hatherleigh Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||Madelyn Case (Contributor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||176|
Books for Children Coping with a Cancer Diagnosis "My Cancer Days" by Courtney Filigenzi. By helping children with cancer cope with their illness, this illustrated book approaches their emotions from diagnosis through treatment in a way that they can easily understand and can help describe what they are feeling. Cancer doesn't have to steal your children's joy or their future. Concisely written, in Facing Cancer as a Parent: Helping Your Children Cope with Your Cancer, Heather shares the tools that have helped her, help her daughters as they faced their dad's terminal cancer. Cancer doesn't have to steal your children's joy or their future.5/5(2). Helping Your Children Cope with Your Cancer Your illness involves the whole family. Children are affected by everything that happens in the family. Therefore, your children know something serious is happening even if you haven’t told them yet. Children are very resilient and can often handle more difficult situations than we may expect. Van Dernoot, Peter. Helping Your Children Cope with Your Cancer: A Guide for Parents and Families. New York, NY: Hatherleigh Press, For Kids Ages 3 – 6 Ammary, Neyal J. In Mommy’s Garden: A Book to Help Explain Cancer to Young Children. Lehighton, PA: Canyon Beach Visual Communications, File Size: KB.
children cope with some of the feelings they may experience during this time. For more than 65 years, CancerCare®, a national nonprofit organization, has helped people with cancer and their loved ones. Our free services for children affected by cancer help parents and children cope with a cancer diagnosis in the family. Helping Your Child with Cancer to Cope with Changes Children with Cancer: A Guide for Parents can be printed or viewed as a booklet, an ePub, or a Kindle book. Treatment brings many changes to a child’s life and outlook. Cancer does not have to traumatize your children. Helping Your Children Cope With Your Cancer provides insights into your children’s feelings, and options on how to reassure them. In support of this effort, Bristol-Myers Squibb has purcha . When helping your children cope with a cancer diagnosis, it’s almost impossible to be prepared for every situation. Sometimes, you may not know what to say. This is normal and okay. Remember that you are the expert on your children. Cancer can be overwhelming and disruptive, but it doesn’t change the fact that you know your children best.
Through Children's Eyes: Understanding Illness and Helping Them Cope. As a parent diagnosed with cancer, you will not only face your own fears, but also those of your children. To help your children cope with the life-changing experience of your diagnosis and treatment, it is important to consider their level of understanding about illness. Get this from a library! Helping your children cope with your cancer: a guide for parents and families. [Peter Van Dernoot] -- This updated edition includes all-new stories from parents, childrens, and professional counselors, and provides comfort and advice for families confronted with a diagnosis of cancer. View all of CancerCare’s resources to help children cope when a loved one has cancer». CancerCare Can Help. CancerCare is a national nonprofit organization that provides free professional support to people affected by cancer. Our free services for children affected by cancer help parents and children cope with a cancer diagnosis in the family. The following is a collection of books that may be found at your local library, bookstore or online. The books are divided into two lists: books on supporting children and families coping with the diagnosis and treatment of cancer and books to support children and .