Resiliency is the ability to "bounce back" from stress, adversity, failure, challenges or even trauma. It's not something that kids either have or don't have; it's a skill that kids develop as thy grow and it can be learned. A pediatric psychologist from Nationwide Children's Hospital, who works with children and families affected by cancer, will address tips on how to build resilience in children and teens.

Also hear from Kyle Snyder, gold medalist, and world champion wrestler, on how he has "bounced back" when faced with challenges in his life and career.  

Brunch will be served. Following the program, you will attend the men's wrestling match. (which begins at 2pm at St. John Arena, across the street from The Blackwell) Tickets will be provided and parking is free behind St. John Arena.

Open to cancer survivors and their children ages 6 - 18. This program is limited to two adults per family. Space if limited.

You may register up to 3 children (ages 6 - 18) using this registration form.

If you need to register 4 or more children for the program, please contact JamesCare for Life directly at (614) 293-6428.

 A signed release for each child is required to attend the program. The release form will be sent with the confirmation email. The completed release must be brought to the program.

JamesCare for Life family programs are designed for children and teens who have been affected by a loved one’s cancer diagnosis. Children and teens must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.

Inclement Weather Policy: Program will be canceled if there is a Level 2 or 3 snow emergency in Franklin County.

Contact Information

JamesCare for Life