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Posts by Whitney Hadley

Survivor and AYA Oncology Support Specialist

Whitney B. Hadley, MA, MSW, LSW – Whitney is the AYA Support Specialist and Community Outreach Coordinator at Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital in Cleveland, OH. She has a Master’s degree in bioethics and another in social work. She is a Licensed Social Worker. Whitney is a 23 year pediatric cancer survivor. Whitney is also a Board of Directors for The Steven G. AYA Cancer Research Fund.

One Week of Social Isolation

by Whitney Hadley April 6, 2020

After one full week of physical distancing and isolation, I’ve noticed a shift in my mood and generally how my body feels right now. Friday was a hard day emotionally. Saturday I felt on edge and almost hungover from my emotions on Friday. Sunday I napped. Hard. As Ron Burgandy would say, I was in a “glass case of emotions”!


Social Distancing, Isolation and How to Survive Our New Normal

by Whitney Hadley March 26, 2020

With the arrival of COVID-19, we’ve all relearned the important basics we were taught when we first started going to school. Wash your hands. Don’t touch your face. Cough and sneeze into your elbow. Stay home if you have a fever. As cancer patients and survivors, this was all hammered into our minds while in […]