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How to Talk to Kids about Brain Cancer

How to Talk to Kids about Brain Cancer

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In honor of Glioblastoma Awareness Day, Pickles Group is collaborating with Gray for Glioblastoma, American Brain Tumor Association, and Northwestern Medicine’s Malnati Brain Tumor Institute to bring you a live and free webinar + parent panel focused on the unique experiences of parenting with brain cancer.

Telling kids about a parent or guardian’s cancer diagnosis can be hard. At the same time, research shows that open, age-appropriate conversations with kids about their parent’s illness helps to decrease their worry, stress, and anxiety and promotes their social-emotional wellbeing. Our Chief Clinical Officer, Kelsey Mora, LCPC, CCLS is an expert in supporting families through illness. Register for this webinar to receive a free digital copy of our Pickles Family Support Kit, to learn how to talk to kids about brain cancer, and hear from a panel of families sharing their lived experience navigating parenting with brain cancer.

Please note that all event times are in Central Time.

When: Wednesday, July 17th from 6-7pm CT

Event Type: Virtual (Zoom Session)

Who Can Attend: This free educational webinar is well suited for parents, caregivers, friends, family, school professionals; anyone who wants to take away practical, evidence-based ways to talk to kids about cancer. Please note that all event times are in Central Time.

Cost: Free

Registration: Please complete this form to 1) receive your Pickles Family Support Kit copy; 2) receive the webinar Zoom Link; and 3) submit your questions in advance. Questions must be submitted by noon CT the day before the webinar to ensure we have time to address the group’s priority concerns.

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Jul 17 2024


7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: Jul 17 2024
  • Time: 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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