The Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) program is designed to support patients receiving treatment for cancer or blood disorders. We provide services for patients 13 and older. After age 21 we work with adult Hematology/Oncology
providers to ensure our patients receive full support as they transition into adult care.
Our program is designed to meet the unique needs of AYA patients. Our team of providers includes social workers,
child life specialists, nutritionists, physicians, nurses, nurse
practitioners, and research coordinators. But the most
important members of this team are the patient and their families.
We are constantly seeking feedback and striving to improve the
quality of care.
Programs and Services
Our team provides clinical services and support specifically designed for children being treated for cancers and blood disorders. Services include the support of specially trained Child Life professionals, nutrition-planning, fertility counseling, and masters-level social workers.
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