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  • Writer's pictureElizabeth Santoso

The Role of Families and Communities in Supporting Children with Cancer through On-Demand Health Services

In the era of on-demand health services, the role of families and communities is crucial in providing comprehensive support for children facing cancer. On-demand healthcare allows families and communities to play an active role in children's care, creating an emotionally and physically supportive environment.

The role of the family is very important in ensuring the smooth use of on-demand health services. Families play a key supporting role in facilitating children's access to services, ensuring that the information provided by the on-demand health team can be implemented well at home. They also play a key role in providing emotional support to children during treatment.

Local communities can provide extensive and ongoing support. Community support programs, such as support groups or providing facilities for family gatherings, can provide a place for families to share experiences and provide moral support. Community support also includes facilitating transportation or raising funds for families in need.

On-demand health services allow families to be more directly involved in children's care. They can access health information, consult with doctors, and monitor treatment progress in real-time. Community, with support from on-demand health services, can be a force of encouragement for families and children facing cancer.

By involving families and communities, on-demand health services can serve as a more powerful tool in supporting children with cancer. This creates an integrated care environment, providing the support needed for children and their families during their cancer journey.

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