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Cancer Fund for Children

Services offered to adolescents and young adults:

Any child/young person diagnosed within the last 2/3 years and aged 0-24 or for any CAYA diagnosed prior to this date, but now have a change in circumstance/or now palliative.

Our support is offered for up to 2 years (extended were necessary) and were a child/young person dies as a result of their disease, bereavement support is offered to their family for 3 years.

Services offered to parents:

We offer ongoing informal parental support to all parents across Ireland.

Parents offered opportunities to engage in online groupwork.

We offer parents/families the opportunity to avail of short breaks at Daisy Lodge.

We support parents in navigating to more formalised supports/other charitable support.

Services offered to survivors:

We do not offer direct support in this area.

Services offered to siblings:

We offer direct informal therapeutic support on a 1:1 basis for all siblings aged 5-24 living in any part of Ireland (typically 6-8 sessions, but this may be accessed multiple times depending on need). This support is flexible, based on children and young peoples unique needs, interests and learning style, but is very much focused on supporting children and young people to better manage and cope with the emotional impact of their siblings cancer.

Bereavement support or services your organisation offers to parents:

We offer ongoing informal parental support to all parents across Ireland who have experienced the death of a child.

Parents offered opportunities to engage in an online bereaved group. All-island families.

We offer parents/families the opportunity to avail of short breaks at Daisy Lodge ( limited numbers, but will be in full operation in Daisy Lodge Cong)

We support parents in navigating to more formalised supports/other charitable support.

Bereavement support or services your organisation offers to siblings:

We offer direct informal therapeutic support for bereaved siblings on a 1:1 basis and those aged aged 5-24 living in any part of Ireland (typically 6-8 sessions, but this may be accessed multiple times depending on need). This support is flexible, based on children and young peoples unique needs, interests and learning style, but is very much focused on supporting children and young people to better manage and cope with the emotional impact of their siblings cancer.

Do you offer financial assistance or grants to families affected: No
How to make a referral:

Referral from Childhood Cancer Ireland accepted (with permission from parent);Self-referral from parent accepted;

Phone Number: 015621580
Address:
Mayo
Services offered to adolescents and young adults:

Any child/young person diagnosed within the last 2/3 years and aged 0-24 or for any CAYA diagnosed prior to this date, but now have a change in circumstance/or now palliative.

Our support is offered for up to 2 years (extended were necessary) and were a child/young person dies as a result of their disease, bereavement support is offered to their family for 3 years.

Services offered to parents:

We offer ongoing informal parental support to all parents across Ireland.

Parents offered opportunities to engage in online groupwork.

We offer parents/families the opportunity to avail of short breaks at Daisy Lodge.

We support parents in navigating to more formalised supports/other charitable support.

Services offered to survivors:

We do not offer direct support in this area.

Services offered to siblings:

We offer direct informal therapeutic support on a 1:1 basis for all siblings aged 5-24 living in any part of Ireland (typically 6-8 sessions, but this may be accessed multiple times depending on need). This support is flexible, based on children and young peoples unique needs, interests and learning style, but is very much focused on supporting children and young people to better manage and cope with the emotional impact of their siblings cancer.

Bereavement support or services your organisation offers to parents:

We offer ongoing informal parental support to all parents across Ireland who have experienced the death of a child.

Parents offered opportunities to engage in an online bereaved group. All-island families.

We offer parents/families the opportunity to avail of short breaks at Daisy Lodge ( limited numbers, but will be in full operation in Daisy Lodge Cong)

We support parents in navigating to more formalised supports/other charitable support.

Bereavement support or services your organisation offers to siblings:

We offer direct informal therapeutic support for bereaved siblings on a 1:1 basis and those aged aged 5-24 living in any part of Ireland (typically 6-8 sessions, but this may be accessed multiple times depending on need). This support is flexible, based on children and young peoples unique needs, interests and learning style, but is very much focused on supporting children and young people to better manage and cope with the emotional impact of their siblings cancer.

Do you offer financial assistance or grants to families affected: No
How to make a referral:

Referral from Childhood Cancer Ireland accepted (with permission from parent);Self-referral from parent accepted;

Phone Number: 015621580
Address:
Mayo

Mayo Cancer Support Association Ltd

Services offered to adolescents and young adults:

We offer play therapy for children aged from 4 years up (available Wednesdays and Fridays); We provide counselling for adolescents and young adults with cancer. Counselling is limited to six one-to-one sessions and subject to parental consent. (max of 6 free sessions). We can also facilitate art therapy for adolescents and young adults with cancer. Services are available to anyone living in Co Mayo or the surrounding areas.

Services offered to parents:

Parents of CAYA are free to avail of any of our core services which include private one-to-one (max of 6 free sessions) counselling or our complementary therapies (max of 6 free sessions) and any group activities taking place at any given time. Services are available to anyone living in Co Mayo or the surrounding areas.

Services offered to survivors:

Services available for survivors of CAYA include the following - depending on age of the client: Play Therapy (age 4 and up); Private one-to-one counselling for teenagers (with parental consent) and young adults; art therapy for teenagers and young adults and complementary therapies (max of 6 free sessions) and any group activities taking place at any given time for young adults. Services are available to anyone living in Co Mayo or the surrounding areas.

Services offered to siblings:

Services available for siblings of CAYA include the following - depending on age of the client: Play Therapy (age 4 and up); Private one-to-one counselling for teenagers (with parental consent) and art therapy for teenagers (with parental consent). Services are available to anyone living in Co Mayo or the surrounding areas.

Bereavement support or services your organisation offers to parents:

Parents of CAYA are free to avail of any of our core services which include private one-to-one (max of 6 free sessions) counselling which can be tailored for bereavement support; and/or our complementary therapies (max of 6 free sessions) and any group activities taking place at any given time. Services are available to anyone living in Co Mayo or the surrounding areas.

Bereavement support or services your organisation offers to siblings:

Bereavement support services available for siblings of children or young people who have passed away from childhood, adolescent or young adult cancer include the following - depending on age of the client: Play Therapy (age 4 and up); Private one-to-one counselling for teenagers (with parental consent) and young adults - tailored for bereavement support; art therapy for teenagers and young adults. Services are available to anyone living in Co Mayo or the surrounding areas.

Do you offer financial assistance or grants to families affected: No
Phone Number: (094)9038407
Address:
Mayo
Services offered to adolescents and young adults:

We offer play therapy for children aged from 4 years up (available Wednesdays and Fridays); We provide counselling for adolescents and young adults with cancer. Counselling is limited to six one-to-one sessions and subject to parental consent. (max of 6 free sessions). We can also facilitate art therapy for adolescents and young adults with cancer. Services are available to anyone living in Co Mayo or the surrounding areas.

Services offered to parents:

Parents of CAYA are free to avail of any of our core services which include private one-to-one (max of 6 free sessions) counselling or our complementary therapies (max of 6 free sessions) and any group activities taking place at any given time. Services are available to anyone living in Co Mayo or the surrounding areas.

Services offered to survivors:

Services available for survivors of CAYA include the following - depending on age of the client: Play Therapy (age 4 and up); Private one-to-one counselling for teenagers (with parental consent) and young adults; art therapy for teenagers and young adults and complementary therapies (max of 6 free sessions) and any group activities taking place at any given time for young adults. Services are available to anyone living in Co Mayo or the surrounding areas.

Services offered to siblings:

Services available for siblings of CAYA include the following - depending on age of the client: Play Therapy (age 4 and up); Private one-to-one counselling for teenagers (with parental consent) and art therapy for teenagers (with parental consent). Services are available to anyone living in Co Mayo or the surrounding areas.

Bereavement support or services your organisation offers to parents:

Parents of CAYA are free to avail of any of our core services which include private one-to-one (max of 6 free sessions) counselling which can be tailored for bereavement support; and/or our complementary therapies (max of 6 free sessions) and any group activities taking place at any given time. Services are available to anyone living in Co Mayo or the surrounding areas.

Bereavement support or services your organisation offers to siblings:

Bereavement support services available for siblings of children or young people who have passed away from childhood, adolescent or young adult cancer include the following - depending on age of the client: Play Therapy (age 4 and up); Private one-to-one counselling for teenagers (with parental consent) and young adults - tailored for bereavement support; art therapy for teenagers and young adults. Services are available to anyone living in Co Mayo or the surrounding areas.

Do you offer financial assistance or grants to families affected: No
Phone Number: (094)9038407
Address:
Mayo
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