3 million U.S. children and teens have a parent with cancer. It is important for their parents to have access to a program to address parenting concerns, but most cancer centers do not provide this resource. That is why we have launched an awareness-raising campaign with Silver Shoelaces. We hope these laces will spark important conversations in every community; read more here.
Highland Park girls come together!
welcome, visitors from the home base program website!
Dr. Paula Rauch and her colleagues at the Home Base Program have launched a new videobased parent guidance website utlizing the PACT Model for supporting children's resilience. The website addresses challenges faced by children in military connected families, but families in which a parent is facing cancer will find the parent guidance helpful, too. Visit the website at www.StayingStrong.org
Parenting at a Challenging Time — providing parenting guidance to parents with cancer and their spouses or co-parents, the Marjorie E. Korff PACT Program at Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center.