Patient Resources at Norton Children’s Cancer Institute
Norton Children’s Cancer Institute, affiliated with the University of Louisville, hosts several regularly scheduled support groups for kids with cancer and family members.
From the time your child enters the hospital, we try to give him or her time away from medical procedures to just be a kid.
- Hearts & Hands Care Team
- Child Life and Expressive Therapies
- Patient and family navigators
- Playrooms are for play. No medical procedures.
- School Re-entry Program
- Video games, computers, arts and crafts and other age-appropriate activities for teens.
Norton Children’s offers advanced pediatric cancer care
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