There are so many ways you can help make a difference in the lives of patients and families today.
We hope the experience will be a positive and productive one.
If you are looking for additional resources, please explore the following areas of our website:
Our virtual offerings have increased greatly since the beginning of the pandemic, with a wide variety of education, entertainment, family and group supports available through the click of a mouse.
Browse through everything from parenting resources, to concerts, to family activities to do at home.
Our private Facebook support groups offer patients, survivors, family members and caregivers an online place to be among their peers, ask questions, and share concerns in a safe and accepting atmosphere. There are English and French groups for anyone affected by a brain tumour as well as anyone affected by a pediatric brain tumour. We have also added English-only groups for caregivers and for young adults affected by brain tumours.
You are not alone. It may feel like it at times, but there are others who know what it’s like, who understand what living with a brain tumour means. Our Stories and Blogs section of our website contains many stories of people affected by brain tumours, who know and understand the difficult circumstances they present, as well as the hope and courage that comes with sharing.
Our brain tumour handbooks have been developed with input from patients, families, medical and support professionals. We have four different handbooks available in both print and digital format, including adult, pediatric and non-malignant brain tumours, as well as one specific to caregivers.