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Children and Families Service

Our team offers support to children, young people and families affected by a brain tumour diagnosis. We’re here to help with any information you might need, answer your questions, listen and provide support. We can help you develop ways to cope, take control and connect with others who are going through similar experiences. 

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.

Join our Facebook community for parents

Our closed Facebook group is a safe and secure space to connect with other parents affected by a brain tumour and share your experiences.

Person reading The Brain Tumour Charity Information Pack, which is full of useful information to help you cope after a brain tumour diagnosis.

When your child is diagnosed

Information about tumour types, treatment and other things to think about after diagnosis.

Support we offer

Our Children and Families team can give you and your family emotional and practical support.

Events for Children and Families

Our Family Days provide a fun and supportive day out for families affected by a brain tumour.

A young adult scrolls through posts in The Brain Tumour Charity's Young Adult Facebook Group using their mobile phone.

Join our Facebook group

Connect with other parents with a child under 18 living with a brain tumour no matter where you live.

Our experienced Benefits and Money Advisor providing advice over the phone to someone affected by a brain tumour

Benefits Clinic

We’ve partnered with Rushmoor Citizens Advice to provide a weekly telephone benefits clinic.

Education resources

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

Our animations for children

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.