Toolkit for Childhood Cancer Survivors

January 23, 2024

The CAC2 Survivorship Toolkit provides education and resources for childhood cancer survivors and families.

Empowered with important information – all in one place – families and survivors can better appreciate potential long-term side effects of the cancer experience for the entire family and learn what is possible to improve everyone’s quality of life.

Many families look forward to return to their “normal” lives once their child’s cancer treatment is complete, only to find that life seems very different. Survivors -and their families- often have several issues to contend with post-treatment related to side effects, finances, family relationships, and the emotional impact on every member of the family. Due to the variety of treatments children need and its associated costs and stress, many families continue to deal with related issues long after treatment. The CAC2 Survivorship Toolkit draws together expertise from professionals and experienced advocates to create a dependable library of resources for survivors and their families to have current information readily available.

Find valuable information in six key areas:

– Educational guidance and planning
– Insurance and financial health
– Physical health and late effects
– Psychosocial and emotional health
– Transitioning to adulthood
– Wellness and healthy behaviors