• Squirrel Tales: Resources for parents and kids on how to communicate and stay busy in the hospital.  www.squirreltales.com/parents/creative.html
  • Children’s Hospital: Games to play in the hospital. www.childrenshospital.org/arthur/li_games_more_en.html
  • American Brain Tumor Association: An excellent site with medical explanations geared for children. It also contains word games. www.abta.org
  • Band-aids and Blackboards: This Web site is designed for children of all ages, and is divided into categories for children and teens. The focus is how to deal with medical problems of any kind. The site contains helpful hints for parents, teachers and other professionals. www.lehman.cuny.edu/faculty/jfleitas/bandaides
  • Brave Kids: The site has contests, games and stories. It also has message boards in Spanish or English. www.bravekids.org
  • Kids Cancer Network: provides “a dose of hopeTM” for kids and their families isolated by the rigors of childhood cancer treatment by providing activities, resources and ways to share their story. www.kidscancernetwork.org
  • Look Good, Feel Good: This Web site for teens deals with appearance issues, as well as relationship and emotional issues.  www.2bme.org/2bMe.html
  • Starlight Starbright Children’s Foundation Coping with Chemo: A Web site for young adolescents, it features a video on how to discuss your diagnosis with friends. http://chemo.starlightprograms.org
  • Teens Living With Cancer: This Web site gives medical explanations, advice on talking to peers and family and many other emotional-support ideas for teenagers. In English and Spanish. http://teenslivingwithcancer.org
  • The Captain Chemo website: This is an interactive comic strip/game that also teaches children about cancer and treatment.  http://www.royalmarsden.org/captchemo/index.asp
  • The Songs of Love Foundation: This organization provides personalized songs for children and teens facing tough medical, physical or emotional challenges, free of charge. These one-of-a-kind compositions are created by professional songwriters and can be done in almost any language and musical style. www.songsoflove.org
  • Starlight Children’s Foundation and Hollywood Video: Brings mobile movie nights and game tournaments to hospitals and sent kids to their Video Starlight Site in Portland. Look at websites for more details.
    www.hollywoodvideo.com/communityspotlight
    www.starlight.org