I want to live well with a meningioma
Being diagnosed with a meningioma can often signal a whirlwind of medical appointments, scans and treatment plans, usually at a time when your life is in turmoil. At some point, things will start to slow down. You may have finished your current course of treatment, or if you are on active surveillance, the time between your scans may have decreased. It is at this point that you may find yourself thinking, ‘What is next?’ At brainstrust we believe living with a meningioma should mean living your best day, every day. In this section, we will talk about what support should be available to you, how you can get it and some strategies to support this.
Your treatment plan and pathway will be individual to you, but the feeling of wanting to know what support you can have to help with your quality of life is something that many people will experience. See this support as an entitlement.
You will also find some practical information about reapplying for your driving licence, travel options and finances and benefits support.
If you find you have any further questions about what is discussed on this page, don’t hesitate to call us on 01983 292 405, or email your support specialist or email@example.com. We are here to help you thrive.
Resources to help you feel prepared, not panicked
Coaching with brainstrust
As a coaches we start by listening, then we listen some more, then we ask questions. By listening, questioning and collaborating we can help you understand what’s important to you and prioritise what matters. We can help you come up with a plan to help you reach specific goals.
If you or someone you love has a meningioma diagnosis, we can help you move from chaos, self-doubt and overwhelm to a place where you feel in calm, in control and prepared with a plan to help you reach specific goals and live the best day you can, every day.