Feel supported as a caregiver
Feeling supported is vital when caring for someone with a brain tumour diagnosis and for your own wellbeing.
Access to information and knowing where to go for the help you need is key but can also feel quite challenging at times.
When you become a caregiver for a loved one following a brain tumour diagnosis, you are entitled to apply for certain types of support to help you both. In this section you will find details about your rights as a caregiver and what support is available to you.
When you become a caregiver, you may find that you are having to juggle your work responsibilities with responsibilities at home. In this section you will find information about support for you whilst working and returning to work as well as organisations that can help.
Preparing for your loved one to start treatment for a brain tumour diagnosis may feel like a daunting prospect. In this section you will find practical information to help you prepare for treatment and other ideas to help you feel more in control.
Coaching can help you realise what means the most to you and guide you as you produce a plan to reach your specific goals. This will help you feel in control of your caring responsibilities and make sure that you are able to balance your priorities in a way that helps you to live the best day you can, every day.
Our support specialists are trained coaches, and you can book sessions with them on our coaching platform Thrive.