Improving Brain Tumour Care surveys share your experiences and help create change


We have created and found a wide variety of resources that can help you, or your loved ones, to understand their brain tumour diagnosis. 

Helping you learn as much as you can about your brain diagnosis is important to us and we are always looking to build on this suite of resources, so if you have any further ideas that you would like to see here, please contact us.

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Get your free Information Pack today

If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with a brain tumour and you don’t know which way to turn, start with our Information Pack.

Jargon buster

Our jargon buster can help explain complex medical language that you may be struggling with.


There are a number of books you may find useful if you or someone you know has a brain tumour.

Jake animation explaining chemotherapy


Our animations help explain about brain tumours in a simple way, suitable for people of all ages.


Join us as we talk to people affected by a brain tumour about the impact on their lives..

The Brainy Bag

Full of information for parents and age appropriate treats for a child or young person.

Our publications

We have a number of publications to communicate our progress and plans for the future.

Education resources

Resources to help your child and their teachers prepare for going back to school.

A member of our Support & Information Team provides support over the phone to somebody affected by a brain tumour diagnosis

Employment resources

Resources to help you with staying in, returning to or looking for work after diagnosis.

Make the right choices for you

Our Step by Step interactive guide outlines what happens following a diagnosis, to answer your questions and help you to understand what to expect.