Together Community Offers Safe Online Space to Connect with Children, Adolescents and Families Affected by Cancer.
When your child has cancer, everything changes. You have to learn a new vocabulary, alter your day-to-day routines, and make critical decisions about your child’s health.
Families who face childhood cancer may feel alone. But it shouldn't have to be this way.
Connecting with other patient families can be one of the best ways to deal with the emotional, physical, and spiritual challenges your family faces.
The Together by St. JudeTM Community provides patients, survivors, and families a safe, online forum to connect with one another. It is open to everyone affected by childhood cancer, no matter where the patient receives treatment. Discussions are monitored by St. Jude employees and volunteers to foster a secure and welcoming environment.
On the Together by St. Jude™ Community, users can:
- Seek advice from people who have walked a similar path.
- Build relationships with people in familiar situations.
- Offer support to those who need it.
- Learn more about managing diagnosis, treatment, and side effects.
How do I join the Together by St. Jude™ Community
Sign up now and invite people to join. It’s easy!
Once you’ve set up your account, you can:
- Follow groups.
- Start a discussion.
- Like and comment on posts.
- Invite others to join the Community by sharing the link or clicking “Invite a New Member” on the Together Community homepage.
You can earn badges for your profile by inviting users, posting, liking posts, receiving likes, sharing images, and completing your profile.
Make sure to sign up with an email address you use so you can get weekly emails that highlight posts from the groups you follow.
If you have difficulties using the site, visit the Together by St. Jude Community User Guide or email email@example.com so we can help you navigate the platform.
Share this resource with those who need it. Let’s make sure that no one experiences pediatric cancer alone.
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