When Carla Garrett’s son, Xavier, was diagnosed with a brain tumour as a baby, there were few resources to help her understand what it meant to navigate palliative care for a childSoon after police rushe.
Now, Garrett, along with other parents who have lost their children, care providers and medical experts, are launching a website designed to support parents going through the terrifying ordeal of caring for a child who may have limited time.
Garrett told CTV National News that when Xavier was diagnosed with an incurable tumour, it was difficult to understand what it all meantThe past two weeks..
“It’s really hard to process that informationThe Middle East,” Garrett said. “It just doesn’t sink inThe opportunity to vaccinate their workforce afte. And it really didn’t sink in for me until I had another mother explain all the supports we could get with paediatric palliative care, if we accepted the care.”
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