After primary treatment ends, survivors often have emotional, familial and practical needs. The National Brain Tumor Society can assist survivors and caregivers with accessing support services. Our hope is to provide you with helpful strategies and resources specific to brain tumor survivors as you continue on your journey.
Thinking about Returning to Work
Take a look at our brochure, "Returning to Work: Is it Right or You".
Quality of Life
Quality of life is often defined as "global well-being." People with good quality of life enjoy their activities with as few barriers as possible and have a sense of control over their circumstances. Many quality-of-life experts believe there are several domains within this concept: physical, social, spiritual, psychological, and financial. For the brain tumor community, quality of life is a challenge across each of those domains.
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Talk to a Survivor or Caregiver
Imerman Angels 1-on-1 Cancer Support carefully partners anyone seeking cancer support with someone similar - the same age, same gender, with the same type of cancer. Cancer caregivers also receive one-to-one connections with other caregivers and survivors. These one-to-one relationships inspire hope and offer the chance to ask personal questions and receive support from someone who is uniquely familiar with the experience. The service is absolutely free and helps anyone touched by any type of cancer, at any cancer stage level, at any age, living anywhere in the world.