FA Connect | Newly Diagnosed Families & Support Within the FA Community

FA Connect | Newly Diagnosed Families & Support Within the FA Community

Aug 20th, 2022, 10:00 AM



While this is not a family that you expected or ever dreamt of joining, we welcome you to process, reflect, learn, and walk with us along this journey. We’d love for you to come and join in on this meeting. We would like to especially encourage those recently entering the FA community and new to the Fanconi Anemia Research Fund.

*Open to those affected by a recent FA diagnosis, including individuals, parents, caregivers, and significant others (18+). The group also welcomes FA individuals and caregivers who have been involved in the FA community and would like to offer their support to those affected by a new diagnosis.

Event Details: This event will be hosted from 10:00-11:00 a.m. Pacific Time (MST +1, CST +2, EST +3 hours)

Translation: In order to help us meet your request for live interpretation services, please register at least one week prior to the session. We will do our best to fulfill your request. A FARF staff member will email you prior to the event if we are unable to provide an interpreter.

Questions? Email Rosie Holcomb ( .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address))

Speaker Bio:

Nancy Cincotta, MSW, LCSW, MPhil, CLS is a nationally known expert regarding issues that children and families experience while living with life-threatening illness, facing the end-of-life, and during bereavement. Ms. Cincotta has worked with persons with FA and their families at Camp Sunshine, Mount Sinai Medical Center and at FA Family and Adult meetings. She is on the faculty of the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and teaches in the Genetics Counseling Master’s Degree program. She is also on the Faculty of the Columbia School of Social Work and serves as a mentor at the Smith and NYU Social Work programs. Ms. Cincotta worked as a clinician and supervisor at the Mount Sinai Medical Center in the Department of Social Work for more than 30 years. She earned a Master of Science in Social Work and a Master’s in Philosophy from the Columbia University School of Social Work. She is a past president of the Association of Pediatric Oncology Social Workers, has been a Board Member with multiple professional and non-profit organizations. She has recently completed a Certificate Program in Narrative Medicine.