Resources

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AHF services provide children and families with the tools to cope in the present and thrive in the future after childhood cancer. The foundation's Education Advancement Center houses evidence-based programs to address the unique needs of every individual family member. These resources were put together by our licensed clinicians as options for anyone, anywhere to get immediate help.

Resource Guide

  • Nutritional Needs for Pediatric Cancer Patients | VIEW PDF
  • Nutritional Benefits for Kids During and After Cancer Treatment | VIEW PDF
  • Helping Your Child Eat During Treatment | VIEW PDF
  • Food Safety During Cancer Treatment | VIEW PDF
  • Entertaining Activities for Kids with Cancer | VIEW PDF
  • Fitness in Childhood Cancer Patients | VIEW PDF
  • Educational Guide for Caregivers for Safe Transfer | VIEW PDF
  • Impact of Car Transfers on Caregivers: Emotional and Physical Strain | VIEW PDF
  • Tips for Helping Your Child or Teen Sleep Well During Cancer Treatment | VIEW PDF
  • Helping Kids Through Cancer: A Parent's Guide to Infections | VIEW PDF
  • Caregiver's Resources to Cope with Stress and Burnout | VIEW PDF
  • Sleep Hygiene and Relaxation Guide for Pediatric Cancer Survivors | VIEW PDF
  • Cancer and Siblings: A Guide to Support | VIEW PDF
  • Caregiver's Guide Transitioning to Post-Secondary School | VIEW PDF
  • Accommodations Guide for Cancer Survivor College Students | VIEW PDF
  • Government Financial Benefits Available | VIEW PDF
  • How to Talk with Your Child or Teen After A Death | VIEW PDF
  • Books about Grief, Caregiving and Pediatric Cancer | VIEW PDF
  • Different Ways Children React to Death | VIEW PDF
  • Grief Affects Our Entire Self | VIEW PDF
  • Helping Kids & Teens Cope with Grief | VIEW PDF
  • Managing Your Anger in Response to Grief | VIEW PDF
  • Physical Reactions to Grief in Kids & Teens | VIEW PDF
  • Reactions that People Often Experience with Their Grief | VIEW PDF
  • Ways to Take Care of Yourself in Your Grief | VIEW PDF
  • Nutritional Needs for Pediatric Cancer Patients | View PDF

  • Nutritional Benefits for Kids During and After Cancer Treatment | View PDF

  • Helping Your Child Eat During Treatment | View PDF

  • Food Safety During Cancer Treatment | View PDF

  • Entertaining Activities for Kids with Cancer | View PDF

  • Fitness in Childhood Cancer Patients | View PDF

  • Educational Guide for Caregivers for Safe Transfer | View PDF

  • Impact of Car Transfers on Caregivers: Emotional and Physical Strain | View PDF

  • Fatigue Management | View PDF

  • Tips for Helping Your Child or Teen Sleep Well During Cancer Treatment | View PDF

  • Helping Kids Through Cancer: A Parent's Guide to Infections | View PDF

  • Caregiver's Resources to Cope with Stress and Burnout | View PDF

  • Coping with Hair Loss | View PDF

  • Time Management | View PDF

  • Sleep Hygiene and Relaxation Guide for Pediatric Cancer Survivors | View PDF

  • Cancer and Siblings: A Guide to Support | View PDF

  • Caregiver's Guide Transitioning to Post-Secondary School | View PDF

  • Accommodations Guide for Cancer Survivor College Students | View PDF

  • Government Financial Benefits Available | View PDF

  • Growing as We Grieve | View Workshop

  • How to Talk with Your Child or Teen After A Death | View PDF

  • Books about Grief, Caregiving and Pediatric Cancer | View PDF

  • Coping with Loneliness | View PDF

  • Different Ways Children React to Death | View PDF

  • Grief Affects Our Entire Self | View PDF

  • Helping Kids & Teens Cope with Grief | View PDF

  • Managing Your Anger in Response to Grief | View PDF

  • Physical Reactions to Grief in Kids & Teens | View PDF

  • Reactions that People Often Experience with Their Grief | View PDF

  • The Four Tasks of Mourning | View PDF

  • The Four Tasks of Mourning | View PDF

  • Ways to Take Care of Yourself in Your Grief | View PDF