Our back-to-school support services - The Back to School Program and the School Liaison Program - are designed to ease children’s transition back to the classroom. The goal of these programs is help our patients transition back to school by educating classmates, teachers, and school administrators through in-person counseling and routine school visits.
Our Back-to-School Program is designed to ease children’s transition back to the classroom. Our program includes:
Call 617-355-0472 or 617-632-3278 for more information.
The School Liaison Program (SLP) supports pediatric
patients who have completed cancer treatment involving the central nervous
system at Dana-Farber/Boston Children’s Cancer and Blood Disorders Center. Our
clinicians work with caregivers and educators to help them better understand the
various effects – including psychosocial and neuropsychological changes – of
their child or student’s cancer treatment. Our program also assists in
facilitating appropriate support for our patients’ specific learning needs.
To learn more, visit
the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute website.
Through ongoing education, care, and support, we are preparing cancer survivors for the road ahead. Learn about our extensive services for survivors of pediatric cancer.