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Program Guide

Children, Teen & Family
July 9th at 10:00 am

This interactive and creative group is designed to connect and support the entire family (caregivers, children, and siblings) in coping with the impact of cancer. Families can also connect with each other to know they are not alone in this experience. This month's theme: Cooling Down Hot Emotions. Facilitator: Adelle Gates, MA, CCLS

Children, Teen & Family
August 13th at 10:00 am

This interactive and creative group is designed to connect and support the entire family (caregivers, children, and siblings) in coping with the impact of cancer. Families can also connect with each other to know they are not alone in this experience. This month's theme: Mindfulness Scavenger Hunt. Facilitator: Adelle Gates, MA, CCLS

Information & Education
July 27th at 6:30 pm

Learn how to protect your assets and savings when dealing with a cancer diagnosis. Presenters: Sarah Parran, LISW-S & Kathy Joseph, Esq.

Art, Music & Meditation
June 29th at 7:00 pm

Community drum circle for individuals diagnosed with cancer and their family members. Children are welcome and no experience necessary. Drums are provided. Facilitator: Susan Marinac, LISW-S, MT-BC

Exercise

Comprehensive strength, endurance, balance, and flexibility routine for those in cancer treatment or dealing with side effects from treatment. Health and fitness screening required before attending any movement class.

Children, Teen & Family
September 10th at 1:30 pm

Celebrating families facing childhood cancer is the focus of this festive event which will include games, food and fun. Families will receive t-shirts and goodie bags and enjoy meeting other families. Facilitator: Adelle Gates, MA, CCLS

Information & Education
July 21st at 6:30 pm

During this three-part series you will learn about the effect that forgiveness has on your life. Whether you are coping with a cancer diagnosis, caring for someone who has cancer or experienced loss due to cancer, this program will help you move through the steps of forgiveness toward better mental, physical and spiritual health. Presenter: Mary Fisher Bornstein, LISW-S

Information & Education
August 18th at 6:00 pm

Some kinds of cancer run in families. If you’ve had cancer at a young age, had two or more separate cancers, or have several close family members who have had cancer, you may have questions for a genetic counselor. Resources provided. Presenter: Cameron Friedman, MS, LGC, Licensed, Certified Genetic Counselor

Grief & Loss

Support group for adults and families, to help cope with the impact of grief. Facilitated by:
Mary Fisher Bornstein, LISW-S or Erin Rafter, PhD, CCLS

Grief & Loss

Support group for adults who have experienced the death of a loved one from cancer more than a year ago. Facilitator: Mary Fisher Bornstein, LISW-S