Re-entering the classroom is an important and exciting milestone for children, teens and young adults after taking a medical leave of absence from school. It's where they'll re-socialize and re-establish their identity with friends and classmates, and recover their sense of being normal again.
At City of Hope, we know just how important this event is, which is why our School Program offers help so it can be a positive, energizing and self-esteem building experience for young patients.
Your medical team and School Program Coordinator can work with you to decide the best time for your young person re-enter school, so they'll enjoy the best possible transition.
Some of the help we offer students (and their families) as they're re-joining their school system includes: