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Childhood Cancer Support Services | Redkite

In hospital or at home, Redkite is here to provide practical, financial and emotional support for families facing childhood cancer.

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Cancer Council and childhood cancers | Cancer Council

Find out what Cancer Council collectively invested in childhood cancers over the five-year period from 2013-2017

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Helping you navigate the world of childhood cancer | Redkite

Our Social Workers are specialists in childhood cancer support. We’re the biggest paediatric oncology social work team in Australia and are here to help you navigate the world of childhood cancer.

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Childhood cancer app - New Normal Navigator | Camp Quality

Camp Quality's New Normal Navigator app gives parents of children diagnosed with cancer the resources to help them adjust to ‘a new normal’ on returning home from hospital.

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Diagnosing children’s cancers - Cancer Council Victoria

Information on diagnosing children's cancers, including finding childhood cancers and how to help your child cope with the tests or procedures.

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Types of children’s cancers | Cancer Council

The most common types of cancers that happen in children are different from those seen in adults. Find out more about types of childhood cancers here

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Life during and after childhood cancer | Cancer Council

Day to day life for a child with cancer can be very difficult both for the child and those caring for them. Finds resources that may help here

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During and after childhood cancer - Cancer Council Victoria

Day to day life for a child with cancer can be difficult for the child and those caring for them. Knowing what to expect and who to get support from can help.

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Reactions and emotions to childhood cancer - Cancer Council Victoria

A cancer diagnosis in a child can come as a huge shock to everyone. This information may help support them through this difficult time.

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Childhood Cancer Support Groups for Families Australia - Redkite

Caring for a child with cancer can be lonely, which is why cancer support groups are important. Redkite Connect Groups provide support for the parents and families.

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