Hi, I’m Megan and I’ve been part of The AYA (adolescent and young adult) Movement through the CHC since its inception in 2016. While reflecting on what I wish I knew before cancer treatment that I know now, I realized there are a lot of directions I could go with
It is safe to say that 2020 has not played out the way that any of us may have envisioned it to be. Before the unexpected that was thrown our way, AYA members were, thankfully, able to participate in a handful of social gatherings early on in the year before
It’s hard to tell what parts of me now would have always been there, and which parts are a direct result of my experience with cancer. I tell people all the time that I probably wouldn’t even like the person I was prior to cancer if I met her now;
Check out what we’ve been doing the past year! Scroll down for a highlight reel of the time our AYA group has spent together in 2018 and early 2019. We’ve grown, we’ve been challenged and we’re better because of it! Life Plan Group January 2019 As a
AYA Member, Marcy, shares her thoughts on being in remission.
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Links to Laugh At and Love On This Fall
Sharing your medical story with a new friend, partner, or acquaintance can feel a little daunting.
AYA stands for Adolescents and Young Adults and is part of nationwide effort to support the needs of this population group. We host social experiences, share resources, and work to continuously develop a close-knit community of young adults doing life together and sharing empathetic relationships. We do activities such as game nights, grill outs and life coaching in a fun and casual environment. Read our blog to get a glimpse into what we do!