Better Focus and Attention in Day-to-Day Work
Keeping focused and paying attention to details can be a challenge for adults who had cancer during childhood. Read tips on how to improve.
Easy Ways to Improve Your Vocabulary and Reading
Adults who had childhood cancer may have difficulty reading due to the disease or its treatment. Find out how you can improve this necessary skill.
Keeping up to Speed on Day-to-Day Work
Completing tasks on time may be hard for adults who had cancer during childhood. Find out about strategies you can use to improve information processing and multi-tasking.
Orchestrating Your Behaviors
Read tips on how to control your impulses, pull your thoughts together, make a plan and carry it out, and solve problems.
Simple Ways to Improve and Preserve Memory
Adults who had childhood cancer may need longer times to learn things, may forget what they learned, or may not be able to recall information. Get tips on how to improve your learning and memory.
Understanding the Importance of Sleep
Childhood cancer survivors may be especially vulnerable to the impact of poor sleep and fatigue on cognition. Read more about sleep and it affects the brain and cognition.