Dramatic medical advances in the treatment of chronic illness and injury in children and adolescents have increased both the life expectancy and functional capability of these youth. With improvement in disease management and survival, new problems have emerged in the reintegration of these young people into school settings. Factors associated with the school reentry process have been delineated in the literature (Madan-Swain, Fredrick, & Wallander, 1999). These factors include the direct effect of the illness or its treatment on the central nervous system (CNS), functional independence, school participation, as well as intrapersonal psychological resources, peer social support, and familial and cultural resources.