Congratulations! Your child has finished treatment
for pediatric brain and/or spinal cord cancer!
What a relief! Now what do you do?
situation. If your child needs physical or mental
therapy be sure to get them enrolled at a facility that
is right for him or her. If your child needs a
learning support program in school, meet with the staff
at the school responsible for putting that plan
together. If your child has physical disabilities,
ensure that the school is equipped to handle those
There are other organizations that can help with Life
After Treatment issues, such as the
Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation. They have an
extensive collection of information to help you deal
with the newness of surviving pediatric brain cancer.
Survivors can also apply for college scholarships
through various organizations. The
Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation has a scholarship
program, as does
Kallan's Klan - a Hershey-based charity that offers
a scholarship program for pediatric brain cancer