Jul 29, 2014
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The Cancer Support Community MA South Shore to Host "What If" Workshop


The Cancer Support Community MA South Shore (CSS-MSS), a non-profit organization offering support programs to people diagnosed with cancer and their caregivers, will host a program on the importance of organizing personal information for loved ones on Wednesday, June 11th from 6-7 pm at their facility located at 120 Longwater Drive, Suite 104 in Assinippi Park in Norwell.


Gwen Morgan, Author of the What If….Workbook and featured author at the 2011 AARP National Event and Expo will share the story behind the creation of the What If…Workbook. She will discuss the importance of organizing personal information for loved ones, review which legal documents are imperative to have in place, how to best communicate your wishes, and think about legacy; an invitation to reflect on living your life to the fullest now.

The program is free of charge and open to anyone in the community.


“By putting your affairs in order, you are providing your loved ones with the necessary information they need should anything happen to you,” said Morgan. “This gives your loved ones the most precious gift of all: preparedness and peace of mind.”



About Cancer Support Community of MA South Shore

The Cancer Support Community-Mass South Shore is one of the 50 affiliates, and the only one in New England, of the National Cancer Support Community, headquartered in Washington, DC.  Its mission is to offer emotional support, education and hope, through professionally led programs, to people who have been impacted by cancer.  All programs are offered at no cost to participants.  CSC-MSS is able to offer these programs due to the generosity of individual, group and corporate donations, grants and bequests.  The Cancer Support Community- Mass South Shore is a division of the NVNA Foundation and is located at 120 Longwater Drive in Norwell. Please visit www.cancersupportcommunityma.org or call 781-610-1490.





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