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A brain tumour diagnosis doesn't just affect the person living with the tumour, it can also have a massive impact on their 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.

Children & Families Service

Our team offer families of under 18s affected by a brain tumour a variety of support.

Support for families

Young Adults Service

Get information about our new service for young adults aged 16-30 with a brain tumour diagnosis.

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Being a Carer

It is often forgotten that you can only care for someone well, if you care for yourself.

Looking after yourself

Supporting Family & Friends

Advice and practical tips on how to support your loved one after diagnosis.

How you can help

Support for carers

Learn about the different types of financial, emotional and practical support available for carers.

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Finding the right words

Read our guide to knowing what to say when a loved one has received a brain tumour diagnosis.

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Loneliness and isolation

People affected by a brain tumour can often feel alone, isolated or disconnected from the world.

Learn how to cope

Helping your child to eat

Learn more about strategies for encouraging your child to eat well if their appetite is affected.

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