We support families, from the beginning of the disease and throughout the process.

When a child or adolescent is diagnosed with an oncohematological disease, both he and his family experience an impact that alters their lives in a very significant way. They will have to live with a series of changes that will transform their usual dynamics: the unknown health environment, medical treatments, diagnostic tests, hospitalization or day hospital, the complex language of the different health professionals, and above all, the distancing of the usual environment of what, until now, was his day to day.

Faced with this new and stressful situation, in addition to the own resources to be able to face it, in many moments it will be necessary to raise doubts, express complex emotions, share fears and / or anxieties, in relation to everything that is happening: how to deal with sick child; how to handle information with other children and family; how to live this difficult experience with the couple and as parents; what role should the school or institute play, etc …

We support families, from the beginning of the disease and throughout the process.

We provide direct care at the Hospital de Sant Joan de Déu and the Casa dels Xuklis. We attend to all the demands that come to us, always in coordination with the reference reference teams.

Mourning Guide COVID-19 (Children’s Story)
COVID-19 Dueling Guide
The family may require the help or guidance of a psychologist in any of the following stages:
  • Diagnosis
  • Hospitalization and treatment
  • Referral, outpatient treatment or discharge
  • Relapse of treatment until reissue
  • Palliative care and death
In the Grief section, the type of intervention varies depending on the needs and demands, it can be:
  • Emotional support
  • Formal advice and attention to work out the loss
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