#111: [Recipient] The Spongebob Musical with Deborah Eddy
What would you do if you were told that your child has a life-threatening illness? How would you stay strong and hold your family together through it all?
In this episode, Deborah Eddy, mother of Front Row recipient Jackson, walks us through her family’s journey – from the discovery that their son had acute lymphoblastic leukemia, to the many months of treatment, to how he is doing now – Deborah gives a real, honest picture of what life looks like when your family is battling cancer.
Deborah also offers valuable tips for those who want to help. According to Deborah, “Together, we can get through this.”
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Here’s What You’ll Discover
- How to recognize the signs of leukemia [09:49]
- What treatment looks like for those with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. [17:55]
- Ways for a family to manage the stress of caring for a child who is ill. [24:30]
- Some things that you can do to support families who are battling cancer. [27:29]
- What Jackson’s Front Row experience was like, and how you can get a glimpse of it. [31:50]
- Deborah’s advice for other parents whose children were diagnosed with cancer. [40:16]
- And much more..
Jackson Eddy’s Front Row Experience
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