Children and adolescents with cancer experience functional limitations during the cancer experience and as a long-term survivor. Children suffer from comorbidities such as chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy, steroid myopathy, and osteonecrosis that increase risk of gait , strength, balance, and motor impairments throughout development. There is a recent call to action by the National Academy of Sciences, Engineering, & Medicine and the physical therapy profession to provide integrated rehabilitation services across the cancer continuum of care by educated specialists. At Children’s Minnesota, a rehabilitation team of oncology-trained physical and occupational therapists are integrated into the pediatric cancer clinic providing rehabilitation services through a prospective surveillance model (PSM) for high-risk patients. The purpose of this session is to briefly summarize the impairments and activity limitations experienced by children with non-CNS cancer, describe the tools of evidence-based assessment and intervention through a PSM format, and understand the mode of multidisciplinary service delivery in a cancer clinic.