Primary caregiver emotional health has a direct impact on the wellbeing of the child. Many parents internalize the stress of balancing life and family after diagnosis, leaving the entire household feeling exhausted and broken. Parents need to have an outlet to express themselves with others who truly understand.
Feelings of separation and isolation are commonly communicated effects of childhood cancer on the family. Momcology has found a way to minimize these feelings through providing a positive and restorative environment of peer social support for parents.
Benefits of Momcology Peer Support:
- Reduce the feeling of isolation
- Belong to a community
- Stress relief
- Compassion and empathy
- Productive and meaningful conversations
- Confidence and reassurance
- Emphasis on self-care
- Quick resource referrals based on real experience
- Genuine best interest of each other’s children
- Current and timely information
- Support and encouragement is available anywhere at anytime
- Helping others brings purpose to the pain and is healing
- Open communication with care teams is always encouraged
As virtual connectivity continues to grow, Momcology has become the trusted parent and clinically recommended support network for childhood cancer families.