Falling out of bed saved my little girl’s life
After years of her family thinking Annabelle Ginn was just “a clumsy kid”, a scan revealed she had a tennis ball-sized brain tumour
Alfie’s story: “I get tired a lot”
Three years ago, Alfie Tinney had a grade 1 pilocytic astrocytoma completely removed during a 12-hour surgery at Sheffield Children’s Hospital.
Building relationships with your child’s school
Louise Robinson, from Nottingham Children’s Hospital, shares her advice and talks about some organisations who may be able to help you build relationships with your child’s school.
Supporting your child to return to school after diagnosis or treatment
This blog covers top tips for helping your child to return to school after diagnosis or treatment.
Dying well – Improving end-of-life care for brain tumour patients
Sacha Langton-Gilks lost her 16-year-old son David (DD) to a brain tumour in 2012. We invited her to share her family’s experience, and her passion for improvement in end-of-life care. This is an edited version of the speech she gave at our first paediatric brain tumour information day, which was held in Southampton in May 2015.