ThinkAgain! provides rehabilitation therapies to children affected by cancer and brain tumors.

...So these children can lead happier, healthier, and more productive lives after cancer.

Because of significant advances in therapy, about 80% of children diagnosed with cancer under the age of 15 will survive their disease. This success rate however, comes with a substantial cost to the cognitive, sensory, motor and academic functioning of many survivors. Central nervous system chemotherapies, radiation to a developing brain, surgical navigation through sensitive brain areas to remove tumors, dangerous complications of bone marrow transplants are just some of the invasive, but necessary treatments used to achieve a cure.

These late effects, or injuries to the brain, especially a brain in early development, may result in disorders of memory, visual and  perceptual motor skills, processing speed, receptive and expressive language, fine and gross motor ability, tracking, attention, speech, organization and planning, to name just a few. Funding for these costly, yet needed clinic-based therapies, are often denied by the child's medical insurance company, or insufficiently covered. These children are not only fighting to survive, they are fighting to thrive and succeed in their lives after cancer. The doctors saved their lives. ThinkAgain!, along with your help, is saving their future.