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

Education | Infographic

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.

Related Downloads

Returning to School - A teachers guide - Cerebra the charity for children with brain conditions.

Returning to School

This guide is for teachers and schools faced with the task of supporting a pupil with a brain or spinal tumour who may face extended treatments, devastating long term side effects and an uncertain future.

What to Do If a Pupil with a Brain Tumour Becomes Palliative and May Die

This infographic provides information on how the school community can best support a pupil with a brain tumour if their diagnosis is potentially terminal.

Make a Donation

Please help support our vital work that enriches the lives of thousands of children and their families every day.

Cerebra Count Me In Lottery

Count Me In Lottery

Taking part in our ‘Count Me In’ Lottery is a wonderful way to make a real difference to children with brain conditions and their families. It also means you are in with a chance to win our big weekly prize.

Sleep Service

Sleep Advice Service

LEap

Legal Rights Service

Parent Guides

Parent Guides

Cerebra Innovation Centre

Cerebra Innovation Centre

Library

Toy and Book Library