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Overview | Ongoing Support in a Changed Life

 

Renee Raynor, PhD

 

 

A brain tumor can affect virtually every aspect of your life, so we offer a range of services designed to help you live well in mind, body, and spirit.

You may be far from home and need accommodations. You may need assistance locating care in your state or understanding your insurance coverage. Perhaps you want help with talking about your illness with family, friends, or co-workers. Changes in thinking or behavior that are due to illness or treatment may be concerning for you.

Our staff can offer resources to help you understand the disease, sort through your emotions, learn coping skills, and find ways to adapt to the changes in your life.

The emotional and social support we provide you and your entire family goes hand-in-hand with aggressive medical care.

—Renee Raynor, PhD
Clinical Neuropsychologist 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 





This article comes from The Preston Robert Tisch Brain Tumor Center at Duke   http://www.cancer.duke.edu/btc
The URL for this story is:   http://www.cancer.duke.edu/btc/modules/supportmain25/index.php?id=1