• Why Join A Support Group? A Personal Perspective

    By Barbara Cervoni, LMSW, ACSW Director of Services and Communication Chances are, you never thought of joining a support group. Maybe you’re not even sure what a support group is. Or maybe you’re worried about how it might feel to participate. It’s not unusual to be hesitant about trying something …
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  • Making a Difference is Simpler Than You Think

    It’s obvious that receiving a cancer diagnosis is overwhelming. As a result, friends and loved ones often feel powerless. They think there’s nothing they could possibly do that will make a difference. At Support Connection, we know that’s not true at all. Even the smallest act of kindness can make …
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  • Open Discussion Groups: A Place to Feel Less Alone

    On Nov. 29, 2017, we’re holding an Open Discussion Group for women living with neuropathy, a side effect that some people experience after being treated with certain chemotherapy drugs. Mary is one of those people; she has struggled with neuropathy symptoms for years, and has generously shared her story so …
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  • Looking Past the Pink

    Although this article was originally published 2 years ago, the issue continue to be relevant now in October 2017, so we decided to share it again. (Originally published by Lohud.com on June 27, 2015) By Barbara Cervoni, Support Connection, Inc. In a few months it will be October. Or, as …
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