Young Adults Service
Are you a young adult aged 16-30 who has either received a brain tumour diagnosis or is affected by a loved one’s diagnosis?
We know that receiving a brain tumour diagnosis, or learning of a loved one’s diagnosis, is a life-changing event that can lead to lots of questions. We know that it is not always easy to ask these of your friends and family and it can be difficult to access your healthcare team at the exact moment a question comes to mind.
Our Young Adults Service is here for you, helping you to connect with others and supporting you with any information you might need.
We are grateful to the Elliott Simmons Charitable Trust and the Lewis Moody Foundation who kindly support our Young Adults Service.
Join our Young Adults community online
Our closed Facebook group is a safe and secure space to connect with other young adults who are affected by a brain tumour and share your experiences.
Support we offer
Our Young Adults team can give you emotional and practical support.
Events for Young Adults
Our free events are a great way to connect with other young adults with a brain tumour diagnosis.
Join our Young Adult community
Join our community to find out about our latest news, events and join our Facebook group.
Looking after your mental health
Many say their tumour has affected their emotional or mental health – find out how to cope
Young adult carers
Support for young adults with caring responsibilites involving somebody who's been diagnosed with a brain tumour.
Book an appointment for our telephone benefits clinic, together with Rushmoor Citizens Advice
A range resources to help staying in, returning to, or looking for work after diagnosis.
Advice for friends and family
Advice and practical tips on how best to support a loved one that is living with a brain tumour diagnosis.
Information to may help you to live independently, from the support available to different housing options.
Exams, college and university
Learn about the support available as you move through higher-education
Struggling with medical jargon? Not sure how to explain something to a friend? Check out our jargon buster!
Watch our videos
We've put together a YouTube playlist of some of our videos relevant to the Young Adults community