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UK Brain Tumour Support:

Website, Facebook Page & Help line

Medical Safety, Injustice and Complaint Organisations

Action against Medical Accidents (AvMA) is the UK charity for patient safety and justice. They provide free independent advice and support to people affected by medical accidents (lapses in patient safety) through their specialist helpline, written casework and inquest support services.

General Medical Council Work to protect patient safety and improve medical education and practice across the UK

Care Quality Commission Monitor, inspect and regulate services to make sure they meet fundamental standards of quality and safety and publish what they find, including performance ratings to help people choose care.

Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman They look into complaints where someone believes there has been injustice or hardship because an organisation has not acted properly or has given a poor service and not put things right.

The Brain Tumour Charity

Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm on 0808 800 0004


Call our 24/7 Helpline 01983 292 405

Brain Tumour Support

01454 422701

Brain Tumour Research

01908 867200

In Between Ears

(aimed for those between 18-35)

Hemangioblastoma Support Facebook Group

Useful Information and Help:

DVLA Guidelines for assessing Fitness to Drive

Advice for medical professionals to follow when assessing drivers with neurological disorders. But helpful for finding out how long it should take to get your driving licence back with a tumour or other neurological disorder.

Brain Injury Identidy Card

A simple solution to a tricky conversation

Hidden Disability Lanyards

Enables travellers to discreetly identify themselves to staff to ensure tailored help and support. Available at most UK airports (details on Airport website)

Lotsa Helping Hands

A Painless Way to Organize Help. With the Help Calendar, you can post requests for support - things like meals for the family, rides to medical appointments, or just stopping by to visit.

Centre For Clinical Interventions

Various Cognitive Behaviour Technique (CBT) self help worksheets to help anxiety, panic, depression and distress.

Articles on Brain Injury

Coping with grief after brain injury

Science Says Silence is Vital for Our Brains

Positive stories

Mom defies all odds and beats stage 4 brain cancer

Mom helps 3 year old son heal brain cancer after he is sent home to die

Teenager Megan Sherow heals brain cancer with raw food

Florida Woman Cures 4 lb. Brain Tumor with Raw Food

Plant-Based Diet Helps 21 Year Old Recover From Brain Cancer

'How I beat brain cancer