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If you are looking for a way to provide fun and support for your child and family as you face the journey with a pediatric brain tumour, consider joining BrainWAVE.
BrainWAVE is a support program for families with a child (19 years of age or younger) with a brain tumour. Through the program, BrainWAVE offers you and your child/teen the opportunity to connect with other families in a similar situation and to obtain much-needed support, information and education.
BrainWAVE operates in Lower Mainland British Columbia, Alberta (alternately between Calgary and Edmonton) and Southwestern Ontario.
BrainWAVE ON: Saturday, May 28, 2017, Aberfoyle Mill, Caregiver Retreat. Save the Date!
BrainWAVE ON: Saturday, July 8, 2017, Blue Jays vs Houston Astros. Save the Date!
BrainWAVE AB: Saturday, July 22, 2017, Skyline Luge, Calgary, AB. Save the Date!
More upcoming BrainWAVE events, with links to RSVP information, will be posted to this page when the details become available.
See pictures from past BrainWAVE events here
Several times a year, BrainWAVE families have the opportunity to meet and relax through fun activities such as trips to sports events, historical sites and other family attractions. These free events give all members of the immediate family a welcome break from treatments and doctors' visits.
All activities are planned and organized by volunteers on the BrainWAVE Committees.
|Edmonton Public Teacher's Association|
|Lutheran Social Services (London)|
Programs & Services Director
1-800-265-5106/ 519-642-7755 ext 249
As we celebrate National Volunteer Week (April 23-29, 2017) we thank all of our 700+ volunteers. Without each contribution, we would not be able to offer the programs, services and events that we do. Each person volunteers in a different way and for different reasons. For Liz, giving back to Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada as a volunteer was a “no brainer”. Learn why Liz, a brain tumour survivor, decided to get involved.Learn more
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