Adolescent and Young Adult Program: Bridging the gap between pediatric and adult care
A cancer diagnosis often leaves adolescents and young adults with unanswered questions and uncertainty about their future. Funded by a generous grant from the Gilbert Foundation, the Beaumont Children’s Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) program is
designed to provide answers. The AYA program serves patients ages 15-26 whether in active treatment or post-therapy survivorship.
AYA patients receive outstanding, state-of-the-art treatment from top rated oncologists, opportunities for fertility
preservation, access to available clinical trials, integrative medicine and natural therapies, psychosocial support and recreational experiences. Our team works in collaboration with you and your family in creating individualized treatment plans to successfully
navigate the unique challenges you face and bridge the gap between pediatric and adult care.