This resource is designed to assist patients diagnosed with brain cancer to keep track of appointments, medications and important questions to ask.
Cure Brain Cancer Foundation and Peace of Mind Foundation are proud collaborative partners of the National Advocacy Service, which directly assists families with accessing support services including the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), Centrelink and other government programs.
The Oliva Newton-John Cancer Wellness & Research Centre and Austin Health have collaborated to create "Building the Bridge to Life with Brain Cancer," a guide that helps patients and caregivers navigate the challenges of living with brain cancer.
During the process of diagnosing and treating brain cancer, the Peace of Mind Foundation navigator provides support from point of diagnosis through to bereavement. The Peace of Mind Foundation offers patients and their loved ones caring support throughout this difficult time.
The patient pack provided by the Mark Hughes Foundation serves as a source of hope and support for patients and their families who are coping with brain cancer.
It is comprised of a patient diary, along with other useful items and information that can prove helpful during a challenging time.
The Brain Tumour Charity has created a fact sheet that can aid patients in identifying the symptoms of depression and suggest some coping mechanisms to tackle these difficulties.
Many organisations, including the Epilepsy Foundation, are dedicated to increasing awareness and providing assistance to individuals impacted by seizures. We hope that this information will be helpful to you if you are personally dealing with seizures or caring for someone who is.
It can be difficult to remain strong and supportive of a loved one who is going through brain cancer, and asking for help can be even harder. That's why the Mark Hughes Foundation has provided funding for the CareWell program, which aims to offer supportive cancer care.
Palliative Care Australia serves as the primary organisation for palliative care in the country. Their website provides valuable information for patients and caregivers.
If you are in search of support groups for brain cancer within Australia, the BTAA is dedicated to representing the interests and concerns of brain tumour patients, their families, and caregivers.
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