Family Care Navigator from the Family Caregiver Alliance
This resource will help you locate government, nonprofit, and private programs and resources in your area.
Driving and Brain Tumors: Tips for Caregivers
For many people, the allure of the open road and of driving represents the ultimate in independence. So what happens when someone is diagnosed with a brain tumor and told they can no longer drive?
How to Help During a Seizure
Brain tumors and seizures are frequently linked, as more than 33% of brain tumor patients report having a seizure before their diagnosis. It is important to be aware of the different types of seizures that may occur and how to handle them.
Advocating for Your Loved One
Having cancer in your family often requires learning a new set of skills and shifting priorities in order to leverage the best possible medical care. If you are caring for someone you love, you may suddenly find yourself in the role of that person’s advocate.
Communicating Effectively with Your Healthcare Team
This provides some key tips for getting the most out of your next appointment.
Hiring In-Home Help
This lets you know how to find in-hope help and what to know about hiring help.