Our mission is to ensure that no-one has to face a diagnosis alone. The virtual support model has meant that we can now support a greater geographic spread - As we move back to more face to face support (which is the preference of the people we help) we will need to increase the size of our team to ensure that we can provide the service needed across the whole of the UK.
Brain Tumour Support’s strength is our professional staff – drawn from teaching, social work, therapy, nursing, psychology and youth work. They form a regional network of highly skilled support workers, who know the particular problems of coping with a brain tumour and who provide the essential care and support that everyone with a brain tumour deserves.
The ability to recruit an additional support professional will provide much needed in person support for people going through incredibly tough times, regardless of where they live in the UK.