Childhood Cancer Survivorship Resources
- Children's Health Medical Release Form (PDF-English)
- Children's Health Medical Release Form (PDF-Spanish)
- ACE Young Adult Clinic Health Information Form (DOC)
- Scholarship opportunities (PDF)
Please contact these organizations directly for more information. The ACE program will provide documentation of your medical history as requested. Please allow two weeks to process your request.
Childhood Cancer Survivorship Links
- CureSearch Survivorship Guidelines
- American Cancer Society
- Camp Mak-A-Dream
- Childhood Cancer Survivor Study
- National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship
- National Cancer Institute
- LiveStrong Foundation
- Starlight Starbright Children's Foundation
The ACE social worker is dedicated to helping patients and their families cope with the challenges that may result from childhood cancer. Psychosocial issues can affect every aspect of the survivor’s life, but your social worker helps to find needed resources. The ACE program social worker is trained to provide a variety of services for you and your family.
- Crisis intervention
- Resources available inside as well as outside the hospital
- Individual and family therapy
- Parent support groups
- Appropriate community resources
- Financial assistance
- Health care referrals
ACE Adult Appointments
For our young adults who have or are eligible for medical coverage through Parkland Health and Hospital System, we conduct an ACE Young Adult clinic in the Parkland clinic setting once a month. Please contact us for more information or if you would like to schedule an appointment at our ACE Young Adult Program at Parkland.
Dallas County Health Insurance Availability
ACE patients who live in Dallas County may be eligible for coverage within the Parkland Health and Hospital system, especially those patients without medical insurance. Contact the ACE program or social worker for more information.
For more information about these services, contact ACE pediatric program social worker Kate Sciascia, LCSW, at 214-456-8522.
Long-Term Follow-Up Program Resource Guide
This comprehensive guide to establishing and enhancing long-term follow-up programs for childhood cancer survivors was developed collaboratively by the Children’s Oncology Group Nursing Discipline and Late Effects Committee. Over 50 individuals from multiple disciplines contributed to this Long-Term Follow-Up Program Resource Guide, providing a broad perspective from a variety of long-term follow-up programs within the Children’s Oncology Group.