Few challenges can compare to dealing with the news that a child in your family has a brain tumor. The emotional burden can seem beyond anyone’s ability to cope, and there are very difficult decisions involved in coming to terms. Through our educational materials and family support programs, PBTF helps you navigate through your family’s unique experience.
Contact the Family Support department at 800-253-6530, x306 or email us.
We’re here to help by providing educational materials and putting you in direct contact with a social worker who can meet you exactly where you are at in you or your child’s journey and help you think through the options.
As your child faces a brain tumor, there’s much to learn about the diagnosis and beyond. We address frequently asked questions from a parent’s perspective.
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The PBTF is pleased to introduce Galaxy Scholarships, a stellar new program that offers four-year scholarships to college-bound high school seniors who are childhood brain tumor survivors.
Clinicians release treatment survey for parents
Clinicians from BC Children’s Hospital, the Collaboration for Outcomes Research and Evaluation (CORE), University of British Columbia (UBC) and the Hospital for Sick Children in conjunction with the University of Toronto, are conducting an online survey for parents of childhood brain tumor patients.
Click here to complete the survey.
The invitation code is: M6irpx5w.