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Our free Family Days offer families with a child or parent living with a brain tumour the chance to meet others and get support in a relaxed environment.Family Days
Our dedicated Children and Families Service offers support to children and families affected by a brain tumour diagnosis. We're here to answer your questions and help you develop ways to cope, take control and build networks so you feel less alone.
Our dedicated Children and Families Service aims to reduce isolation and anxiety for children and their families by giving them the help, understanding and support they need following a brain tumour diagnosis.
Our help and support for children and families living with a brain tumour includes:
We also have a dedicated service for teenagers and young adults.
To learn more about the service and see how we can help, please get in touch with Elissa Coster our Children and Families Service Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org.
It's natural to have lots of questions about what's going to happen following a brain tumour diagnosis. If you want to read more, our website has information about a wide range of topics, from side-effects to money advice.
Meet Jake, who's eight and living with a brain tumour. He can help explain all about brain tumours in children and their treatment. Charlie's Mum has a brain tumour, he tells us what it's like at home and how things have changed.