The Schooling

-Doctors: must provide to the teachers have a specific information related to the situation of each child value how chemotherapy will affect the child’s attendance at school and to properly plan the absences of the child to the same. Each case will be evaluated in collaboration with the school in accordance with the evolution of the treatments. The communication of physicians and hospital teachers with teachers of the school of origin of the sick child can: – provide a medical information updated teachers to modify their ideas, attitudes, myths and misconceptions-be a way that teachers discuss their own feelings and experiences about the disease and do not interfere in the schooling of the child-give them information about the development of the disease and its treatment, on the social, physical, academic and emotional consequences of diagnosis and treatment, on the necessary support in the preparation of the companions for the return to the class of the sick child, and how do the relevant curricular adaptations. -The role of parents: the families of hospitalized children, making them participate in educational processes and processes of recovery of his illness the relationship with parents are we going to aimed at multiple addresses:-as a link between the Centre of origin and the hospital classroom. -Indicative of the level of their children, from the emotional, academic and health point of view. -Participate in both recreational and informational, specific activities organized in the classroom. They can be the most stable element in the process of communication with the school, and to do this you need to have an exact knowledge of the State of your child and be supported by professionals to assume its responsibility in the education and treatment of the same. Educators should respect the cultural differences of the families and, at the same time, do everything possible so that the parents give a satisfactory response to the needs of their children.

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