Tap Into Your Tool Kit

By Caryn McCurry, CLC, New Insights Life and Career Coaching Caryn, a Certified Life Coach, shares some tips on ways to take care of yourself by making the most of the “tools” you already have inside of you. Who are you?  What are your unique abilities or gifts and talents? What are the things others […]

Cancer Survivorship: Myths, Realities, and Moving Forward

By Barbara Cervoni, LMSW, ACSW Director of Services and Communication, Support Connection, Inc. What Is Cancer Survivorship? Before I was diagnosed with breast cancer almost 4 years ago I thought I had a pretty good understanding of what the words “cancer survivor” meant. After all, for 11 years I’d been employed at Support Connection, a […]

It’s Not About the Wings

By David Tartaglia David’s wife was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2010. In 2016, David began attending our “Wing Nite” program, a get together for men whose lives have been affected by a spouse or partner going through breast, ovarian or gynecological cancer. David very much enjoys the program. He is eager to share his […]

Girl Scout Project Supports Families Dealing With Cancer

When Hannah Recine was ready to pursue her Girl Scout Gold Award, she decided on a project that had personal meaning for her. As a result, students at high schools in numerous communities in Westchester and Putnam will know where to turn for support if they have a family member dealing with breast or ovarian […]