Our support is all about helping survivors re-adapt as they and their brains develop to maturity, and striving to improve their quality of life as their needs change and they move from paediatric to adult services.

Children who survive brain tumours need support medically, educationally, physically, psychologically and socially. The journey to recovery can seem hard. As well as the serious physical consequences of treatment, survivors often feel socially alienated and unable to thrive emotionally.

We equip

By providing practical tools and information, and access to relevant assessments, and allied therapeutic services to facilitate rehabilitation of survivors and prepare them for adulthood and independence or supported living.

We connect

By creating a circle of supportive professional, family, and peer to peer networks, survivors' events / conferences and a vibrant on line community.

We assist

By developing pathways to improve life chances and mental wellbeing, and building dedicated resources in areas relating to neuro-disability, hormonal disorders, vision, hearing and learning impairments.

Our projects – how your money is invested

We equip

  • Our community blog space
  • Understanding the brain
  • Facts sheetson late effects

We connect

  • SUCCESS launch conference
  • Sign up with SUCCESS
  • The next Survivors’ Clinics

We assist

Find out more about our long term proposal and funding requirements