The School Intervention Program at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center has been helping sensitize schools to the needs of children with cancer since 1979. As one of the first of its kind in the country, the program has received national and international recognition for the innovative efforts in reintegrating children with chronic illness back into the classroom.

Serving Children with Cancer, Blood Disorders, and Traumatic Brain Injury

Over time, the School Intervention Program has expanded and now serves students with cancer, blood diseases, and traumatic brain injuries. The SIP team offers services to students actively receiving treatment and those students who have completed treatment, yet might be experiencing difficulties in school.