Together သည် - လူနာများနှင့် မိဘများ၊ မိသားစုဝင်များနှင့် သူငယ်ချင်းများအပါအဝင် - ကလေးကင်ဆာကြောင့် ထိခိုက်မှုရှိသူတိုင်းအတွက် ရင်းမြစ်အသစ်တစ်ခု ဖြစ်ပါသည်။ပိုမိုလေ့လာရန်
It’s important to be your child’s advocate to help with school during treatment.
As an advocate, you communicate your child’s needs and work with the school to make sure they are met. Parents are excellent in this role. You know your child better than anyone.
But parenting a child with cancer has many stresses and time demands. You may want to ask a trusted family member or friend to help you stay on top of things.
Also, your worship or community center may have resources and people who can help. You may also ask hospital school personnel. Many times, they can help to provide those advocacy services.
Once the school has a plan for your child, the advocate can work with the school and hospital to re-evaluate strategies often. The team can make changes when necessary.
Keys to being an effective advocate:
Keeping communication regular and positive will help support your child’s progress in school.
Reviewed: July 2019