Together helps parents of children treated at Dana-Farber/Boston Children’s
Cancer and Blood Disorders Center cope with treatment by providing resources
and guidance related to areas like:
childhood illness affects the whole family. Many parents find themselves
overwhelmed and uncertain about how to navigate treatment and the changes it
will bring. They may worry about how to best care for their child while still
maintaining routines at home and caring for their other children, too.
common to feel isolated or lost during this challenging time. Our social
workers and psychologists in Pediatric
Psychosocial Oncology are here to help you manage many of these
feelings and develop strategies for your whole family to get through treatment.
The mission of Parents
Together is to provide a space for parents to:
group series offers parents an opportunity to connect with others who
can relate to what they are going through. Recent session topics include:
Stay tuned for details and more information about upcoming sessions in 2020. You can also check the Dana-Farber Cancer
Institute events calendar for additional programs that may be of interest.
For more information about Parents Together,
please email Larissa Hewitt at firstname.lastname@example.org.