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.
Starting June 1, 2015, we will offer online support groups for bereaved adult family members who have lost a child to a brain tumor. These groups, which are presented in partnership with CancerCare, are free of charge. Email or call 800-253-6530, x306 for more information.
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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Financial Assistance for College
The PBTF offers scholarships to childhood brain tumor survivors, and helps survivors reach their career goals.
ADVANCING SUPPORT FOR FAMILIES
Join the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation, Thea's Star of Hope and the Kyle Daniel Kerpan Foundation on Sunday, March 6 in Philadelphia for a free, educational and networking program for newly diagnosed and longer term survivor childhood brain tumor patient families.
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View informative sessions from the PBTF's 2014 Parents and Survivors program.