Sue Scheff: Kids and Dealing with Breast Cancer

During Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Kidlutions is offering an excellent source to help your kids if they are dealing with a loved one with cancer with KidTalkCards (TM). Help your kids to talk about Breast Cancer.
Source: Kidlutions

Each year, thousands of individuals will be diagnosed with breast cancer. We recognize that breast cancer patients do not exist in a vacuum. They are mothers, daughters, grandmothers, granddaughters, aunts, sisters and friends.

A cancer diagnosis can put families in a tailspin. Keeping track of treatment and appointments, medications and emotions can be tough for adults. At Kidlutions™, we know how difficult it can be for children, too. We know the questions, worries and concerns that go through kids' heads when a family member receives a diagnosis of cancer, becasue we have helped many of them in our practice.

Here's What You Get: KidTalkCards™ : Dealing with Breast Cancer, can help you ask the right questions to get kids talking about what's on their mind when a loved one has breast cancer. KidTalkCards are a set of 50 pockt-sized cards, each with a question, prompt, idea, activity or project to help you help kids discuss and deal with what can be a very scary topic. The cards help deal with feelings, fears, anger and other responses that kids have when they learn of the diagnosis, as well as helps the adults answer for the kids how they will be cared for, increasing their security and sense of normalcy.

What's better: For each purchase of our Dealing with Breast Cancer KidTalkCards™ that are purchased from our site, a charitable donation will be made to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc. This foundation funds mammograms and screenings for women who could not otherwise afford them, as well as educational programs for the detection of breast cancer. All women deserve that. Because all women are connected to someone who loves them and needs them! Early detection saves lives! That could mean more birthdays, more volleyball games, more mommy and me dances...just MORE!

ORDER TODAY: Each purchase helps educate women about breast cancer and pay for mammograms for women who would not otherwise be able to afford them.

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