Cancer Survivors and the New Year

By Stephanie Woodard on December 21 / 2016

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Silhouette young woman Enjoying on the hill and 2017 years while celebrating new year

 

Survivorship Care Program manager Stephanie Woodward has shared a message on welcoming the New Year with empowering change.

As we say goodbye to 2016, and welcome in the New Year, many of us want to write a new chapter in our story, and often that chapter includes wanting to do something new, or differently than we did before, and this change can be challenging.  Often working in partnership with someone who understands you, your needs, who can meet you where you are at in this moment can help.

Here at the Ottawa Regional Cancer Foundation, we empower cancer survivors and their family and friends through the delivery of Cancer Coaching.  Cancer Coaching is an important health and social care service that gives those who are facing cancer the opportunity to sit down with a trained professional who can help them design strategies to overcome their fears and frustrations about the disease.

Are you or your loved one experiencing cancer?

Are you trying to make changes?

Are you feeling stuck and need help to move forward?

Are you faced with a number of decisions that need to be made?

Are you exploring different options?

Cancer Coaching is about your own personal needs and health goals, and personalized to your situation.  We can help. Contact us info@ottawacancer.ca or call 613.247.3527. You can also register for Cancer Coaching online.

 

“The New Year stands before us, like a chapter in a book, waiting to be written. We can help write that story by setting goals.”

Author Melody Beattie

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