things people do.
that patients have to do.
You're a person. And today you can have a great day being you. Let us show you how it feels to thrive.
I am dependent
I am resourceful.
Find out how brainstrust's support can
help you and your loved ones
Explore how we can work together to help people with a brain tumour to become involved in their care, and be comfortable and confident with their ‘new normal’.
brainstrust was founded in 2006. The charity provides impactful support to thousands of people and their caregivers in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland who are living with a brain tumour.
Our current strategy, ‘first, we are people’, launched in 2019, sees us work to eliminate isolation, grow involvement with care and the condition, reduce fear, and improve knowledge and understanding.
We do this through events, coaching, training, information and advocacy, collaborating wherever possible.
This work delivers outcomes for patients and their caregivers across 6 indicators:
- Reduced isolation
- Involvement with communities
- Creating control
- Feeling supported
- Feeling resourced
Our support, rooted in coaching principles and practices, aligns seamlessly with the NHS 10 year plan and its commitment to patient centred care.
We have a proven, evidential track record in helping patients to be confident and involved partners in their care.
Share trustworthy information and resources with your patients
Signpost coaching for your patients
Neuro-oncology event and conference calendars
You can make sure your patients receive a brain box.
Enter some simple details (with your patient)
so that they get a brain box tailored to their needs.
Share your expertise and enhance your portfolio
We’re none of us as smart as all of us – we make sure we are working with the clinical community, and to mutual benefit as much as possible. Read on to find out how you can support our work by reviewing resources, speaking at events, and more.
Brain tumour hub
You can use the brain tumour hub to find local support and resources for your patients
Arrange a meeting
If you’d like to find out more about our work and how we can support you, we’ll come to you.