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How we help

If you’re looking for help, you’re in the right place.

Cancer is hard but getting help doesn’t have to be. There’s a whole new language to learn, emotions to deal with, extra expenses to juggle and new routines to organise. It can feel overwhelming, but we’re here to help.

We’re childhood cancer support specialists. You can talk to us about anything and everything.

Our support is flexible, confidential and free to anyone connected to a child with cancer. You can connect with us whenever and however works best for you, and for as long as you want or need.

There’s nothing like talking to someone… we’re here to listen.

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There is so much to organise and figure out when your child is diagnosed with cancer. But cancer is unpredictable, so all your planning can be thrown out the window in a moment.

We have all sorts of practical help, information and support to help you plan for the long term and stay on top of things when new challenges pop up.

There’s nothing like talking to someone… we’re here to listen.

Contact Redkite

The cost of cancer adds up. There’s hospital parking, accommodation and travel if you’re away from home, as well as the extra medical costs, not to mention the cost of taking time off work.

We can work with you to help relieve some of the financial pressure, as well as provide financial support for your family.

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The emotional impact of childhood cancer on diagnosed children | Redkite

Emotions

The emotional impact of childhood cancer on diagnosed children 

A child with cancer can experience a whirlwind of emotions throughout their cancer experience. Here we discuss some of the things they may be feeling.

The emotional impact of childhood cancer on diagnosed children 

A child with cancer can experience a whirlwind of emotions throughout their cancer experience. Here we discuss some of the things they may be feeling.

Relationships

Bullying and childhood cancer

A child or teenager who has been diagnosed with cancer will go through treatment and as a result, can look different to what looked like before diagnosis. We look at how they might be the target of bullying and what you can do to help.

Bullying and childhood cancer

A child or teenager who has been diagnosed with cancer will go through treatment and as a result, can look different to what looked like before diagnosis. We look at how they might be the target of bullying and what you can do to help.

Emotions

Managing big feelings when going back to school 

It’s that time of year again, dusting off the school uniforms, shopping for school supplies, thinking about creative lunch box and snack ideas as we forge ahead into a new school year.

Managing big feelings when going back to school 

It’s that time of year again, dusting off the school uniforms, shopping for school supplies, thinking about creative lunch box and snack ideas as we forge ahead into a new school year.

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Families

Coffee Catch Ups: Fortnightly group for parents and carers

Families Calendar

We run events and activities where families can connect with others in a similar situation. Find out what’s happening, when.