Caring for somebody
You may not consider yourself to be a carer, but if you’re helping care for a loved one it’s important to look after yourself too. The following resources have been developed to support people who are helping care for someone who is living with a brain tumour diagnosis.
Join our Online Support Community for carers
Our private Online Support Communities on Facebook are a safe and secure space to connect with other carers and share your experiences.
Being a carer
Being a carer is a selfless and difficult thing to do, so do remember to be kind to yourself
Support for carers
Learn more about what support is available to you as a carer of someone with a brain tumour
Our free counselling service provides a safe space to talk about the impact that a loved one’s diagnosis has had on you.
Tips to help carers communicate
Julie Emerson, a Speech & Language Therapist, shares some strategies that may help carers.
Lyn and David’s story
Lyn Roberts spoke to us about her experiences as a full-time carer for her husband David.
Coping with personality changes
It can be more difficult to care for someone when their personality has completely changed.