The end of year Holidays are more important than ever when a child has cancer, but they can also bring extra burdens on top of intensive treatment. Child Life Specialist, Morgan Livingstone, offers advice on how to create a magical Holiday for the whole family when a child is in treatment, with self-care at the heart of thoughtful planning.
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Throughout this year, we have shared monthly #TuesdayTunes on our social media – songs chosen by parents, survivors and professionals in our retinoblastoma community because of their special personal meaning. As the year draws to a close, we gather together all this beautiful music and insight, and welcome in the new decade with heart.
This season can be particularly tough when childhood cancer or its long term effects loom large for a family or individual. Retinoblastoma survivor and volunteer CEO, Abby White, shares advice for creating a calmer, more spacious and joyful Holiday, where self-care for all takes priority.
The real spirit of the Holiday Season is not to be found in a festive dinner or brightly wrapped presents under a tree, but in our dedication to helping those around us, in the sharing of hope, peace and friendship. Our CEO, Abby White, shares her mother’s memory of healing Christmas love when Abby was an infant being treated for eye cancer, and some helpful hints to support families in need this year.