Children and Youth2017-05-25T13:08:16-04:00

Resources for Patients

Below are some general frequently asked questions that you may find helpful

Children & Youth

I am a child or youth and need someone to talk to about the dying or death of someone close to me.2019-04-05T14:23:17-04:00

Heart House Hospice has the Help Us Understand Grief Program (HUUG).  The HUUG program offers in-home visits to support children and youth (up to the age of 18) who are living with the dying or death of a family member. Please contact the HUUG program to obtain more information about their program. Click here to access their website.

I am 13 years or older and I have cancer2019-04-08T11:09:20-04:00

If you have cancer you may get side effects from treatment or symptoms from the cancer. We have created 10 patient guides to help you and your loved ones manage your symptoms. The guides are filled with easy to understand, practical tips for what you should do and when to get help from your healthcare team.
For more information click here for more guides.

The Canadian Cancer Survivor Network was created by a group of Canadians concerned about cancer and cancer survivorship issues.