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We know that the effects of cancer in the family are many; we know that most individuals and families benefit from some measure of emotional, psychological, spiritual and practical support. This resource is a guide for health care professionals and educators to support children and teens when a family member has cancer.

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  • Module 1: What is Cancer?
  • Module 2: Children's and Teen's Responses to Cancer in the Family
  • Module 3: Preparing to Help
  • Module 4: Communicating and Providing Support
Module 1: What is Cancer?1 Module 2: Children's and Teen's Responses to Cancer in the Family2 Module 3: Preparing to Help3 Module 4: Communicating and Providing Support4

This resource has been developed by the
Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology (CAPO) with support from the de Souza Institute.

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