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

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  • Driving and brain tumours

    We know from speaking to our community, that the legalities and processes of driving once you have a brain tumour diagnosis is a topic that is raised frequently and is understandably, a source of frustration for many people. We hope that this guide will provide some guidance and support to help make this as smooth as possible.

  • Getting radical with the brain tumour community!

    We recently held our “What if…?” workshops as part of the development our our new organisational strategy – Beyond Brain Tumours.

  • Will, an 11-year-old-boy, wearing a The Brain Tumour Charity, vest is celebrating completing his fundraising challenge. One fist is triumphantly raised in the air, while his other hand clutches a crutch to help him balance. His Dad, Neil, is looking on proudly as he walks beside him and a crowd can be seen cheering in the background.

    Will’s Walk smashes fundraising target!

    Will, an 11-year-old boy from Dorset, has doubled his fundraising target as he learns to walk again following a brain tumour diagnosis.

  • Joining in to co-create a strategy for the future

    As we co-create our next organisation strategy we’re partnering with the people who have the greatest stake in driving change, our community. We want to bring you with us on this journey, and let you know the different points where you can be a voice for change. Hear from Involvement Champion, Neil Munn, about what it’s been like to help set this up and what he wants to see us achieve.