What to Do When a Child is Diagnosed With a Brain Tumour

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A child with a brain tumour will be encouraged to return to school as soon as possible after initial diagnosis and treatment, even if only for a few hours or half days per week. Here are some tips for the time when the pupil is away from school having treatment and for when they return.

What to do when a child is diagnosed with a brain tumour.
First published 2015. This edition 2019. Review date 2022.

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