There is now a brand-new resource for kids whose parents are dealing with cancer.
The Hummingbird Centre, a cancer support and therapy charity in Launton, near Bicester, created it as a result of a decline in the age of those seeking assistance following the pandemic.
According to the charity, about half of those using the center were under 50 and had children who were still in school.
It provides weekly assistance to kids in Oxfordshire, Berkshire, and Buckinghamshire between the ages of four and eleven.
Renee Booth, the CEO of the facility, stated: "We have patients in their 30s and 40s with much more complex diagnoses.
In addition to the terrifying cancer diagnosis that has completely changed their lives, they also have to consider the future of their young child.
"People need our help now more than I can ever remember. In addition to supporting kids, this new service reassures parents that a support system is in place. ".
The nonprofit organization stated that it hoped to raise £50,000 to pay for a play therapist/counselor to oversee the service for the following two years.
Later this year, it said, it planned to add a service for teenagers.