Treatment for childhood cancer causes disruptions in a child’s education due to the side effects of chemotherapy, radiation, and surgeries. When they do return to school, they might not be able to participate fully in school. After treatment, lasting physical and cognitive late effects might affect how a child learns. The following resources are for parents dealing with both on- and off-treatment education issues.
Educating the Child with Cancer: A Guide for Parents and Teachers
A book edited by Ruth Hoffman. An essential resource for families who have faced the childhood cancer diagnosis.
ACCO Newsletter Articles
Your Child and the Individualized Education Program (IEP)
Neuropsychological Testing: An Excerpt from Educating the Child with Cancer