Developed by a small group of experts from the College of Occupational Therapist's Specialist Section - Children, Young People and Families, and endorsed by the Teenage Cancer Trust, this guidance examines the individual and specific needs of a child or young person with cancer.

It covers topics such as occupational therapy intervention, approaches to assessments, and the importance of a holistic, family-centred approach to care.
 
Aimed at occupational therapists working with children or young people with cancer, this book will also be useful reading for service managers and commissioners, as well as those who wish to learn more about best practice for occupational therapists involved in oncology practice.

To obtain a copy visit the College of Occupational Therapist website