You Are Not Alone
There is no way to prepare for the physical, emotional, logistical, and financial challenges that follow a cancer diagnosis. This is no doubt a difficult time for you/your family. We know that cancer impacts the entire family, whether the patient is newly diagnosed, in treatment, in recovery, or in survivorship. Dragonfly works to provide emotional, relational, and practical support, relevant materials and caring, nurturing and transformative experiences. Our programs and services were created with input from the Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, one of the nation's top pediatric cancer hospitals, and families just like yours. We are determined to do what we can, when we can, as often as we can to support the individual and the family. While we wait for a cure for every cancer to come tomorrow, we are working to provide as much support as we can. Today. We currently support inpatient programs at five locations of four partner hospitals. Outpatient services are currently available to pediatric cancer and bone marrow transplant patients at Cincinnati Children's Hospital's Cancer & Blood Diseases Institute.
Q: What is the procedure required to become a Dragonfly Family?A: Eligible patients (and their families) submit a simple registration form through social workers at partner hospitals.
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