Support groups for everyone affected by a brain tumour or brain injury
We understand that those who have been affected by a brain tumour are often the best source of support and information for others in similar situations.
Our Support Group meetings offer a safe and relaxed environment to ask questions, share and compare experiences, and help each other through the issues you face every day. You can expect a warm welcome and plenty of refreshments!
Above all they are friendly and informal, mixing chat with useful information and a fair sprinkling of fun! They are free to attend.
Is it right for me?
Our meetings are open to anyone who has been affected by a brain tumour or brain injury, whether you are a patient, a family member, a friend or a carer.
You can join in as little or as much as you feel comfortable with and only talk about things you wish to. If you wish to talk ‘one to one’ in confidence, we can arrange that too.
No matter where you are on your journey, how long ago you received your diagnosis, what grade your tumour is or what your future holds come along and gain strength from being part of our community. A community that understands what you are going through.
We frequently invite guest speakers to attend our Support Group meetings to provide expert information.
In the past we have had professionals in fields ranging from neuro-psychology, seizure/epilepsy, complementary therapies such as acupuncture etc through to benefits specialists from DWP and experts in relaxation techniques.
Where and when are our Support Group Meetings?
We meet twice per month:
- On the second Thursday of every month from 1 – 3pm
- On the last Saturday of every month from 12 – 2pm
Hillingdon Park Baptist Church
View the events page here for actual dates and specific event details.
If you haven’t attended before please contact Becky Haggar: firstname.lastname@example.org