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

Relationships

A brain tumour diagnosis doesn’t just affect the person living with the tumour, it can also have a massive impact on family, friends and carers.

This section of our website aims to provide useful information for anybody who knows someone that has been diagnosed with a brain tumour, as well as signposting vital support that may be available.

Relationship Support Service

Whether you’re currently in a relationship, or hoping to start a new one, our partnership with Relate can help you get the most out of your relationships.

Relationship support

We've partnered with Relate to provide free relationship counselling for our community.

A couple in their fifties sit on a comfortable sofa, they are holding hands and talking.

Support for couples

Tips and advice for couples that have been affected by a brain tumour.

Neal (in a wheelchair), held so tightly by Sarah, his carer and wife.

Caring for somebody

If you help care for a loved one, it's really important that you look after your own well-being too.

A family sitting comfortably around a picnic table as they chat about how they can better support their mum who has recently been diagnosed with a brain tumour.

Supporting family and friends

Advice and practical tips on how to support family and friends after a brain tumour diagnosis.

Caring for children

Learn more about supporting children who have been affected by a brain tumour.

A son reassuring holds his dad's hand as they discuss treatment options following a brian tumour diagnosis.

Feeling alone

Resources for if you're feeling alone, isolated or disconnected from the world.