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Educational Webinars

Thanks to everyone who attended our webinars! We hoped you gained useful knowledge about both topics and that it has made a difference in your childhood cancer journey. 

You may view the presentations and recordings below:

Landscape of Childhood Cancer in 2017

Presenter: Lia Gore, MD | University of Colorado Anschultz Medical Campus; Children's Hospital Colorado
Tuesday, May 30, 2017, Denver, Colorado
Dr. Lia Gore, pediatric oncologist and ALSF-funded clinical researcher, provides context to the latest treatments making headlines in this easy-to-understand overview of childhood cancer research.​
View the presentation here.

Coping with the New Normal: How to Keep Moving After a Cancer Diagnosis

Presenter: Tommi McHugh MA, CCLS | Connecticut Children’s Medical Center
Tuesday, May 30, 2017, Denver, Colorado
Childhood cancer plunges families into a new world of routines and adjustments. Tommi McHugh, Certified Child Life Specialist, provides tools and guidance for coping with these changes as a family.
View the Recording here.

Topic: Late Effects of Cancer

Presenter: Kerry Moss, MD | Connecticut Children’s Medical Center
Sunday, November 16, 2014, 11am-12:30pm EST
Learn about late effects as a result of cancer treatment and how to provide ongoing care for your child.
View the Recording here

Topic: Educational Rights

Presenter: Joseph Montgomery, Esq. | Montgomery Law, LLC | Bio
Sunday, November 23, 2014, 11am-12:30pm EST
Learn how to help your children access educational services and programs such as an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) or 504 Plan.
View the Recording here


"I enjoyed the webinar on late effects. It was particularly useful as we just visited an endocrinologist regarding my son's growth. The speaker was easy to follow and had nice slides.  I assume it was easy to log in - I had my husband do it for me and he had no complaints!"
- KR (Wisconsin)

“Thank you  for offering these webinars. It's good to be informed and thought the presentation was well organized and the information was very encouraging.”
- CC (Maryland)