Recurring

Emory St. Joseph’s Support Group

Virtual Event

Hosted by the SBTF, the Emory Brain Tumor Support Group aims to provide an opportunity for information sharing and support for brain tumor patients, as well as their family, their friends and their caregivers. Learn about all the brain tumor support group opportunities on our Support Group Resource page. The Emory Brain Tumor Support Group…

Recurring

Aphasia Support Group

Virtual Event

Aphasia is caused by damage to the language-dominant side of the brain, usually the left side, and may be brought on by stroke, head injury or a brain tumor. Our Aphasia Support Group brings together brain tumor patients who are struggling with aphasia. Due to pandemic safety concern, the support group is meeting virtually using…

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Parents of Young Adult Survivors Support Group

Virtual Event

Transitioning your child from pediatric to adult brain tumor care can be difficult. The parent brain tumor support group provides parents of the young adult survivors the opportunity to share experiences with others parents and to talk through some of the challenges they face. To allow for open conversation, this support group is only for…

Recurring

Young Adult Survivor Support Group

Virtual Event

The Young Adult Survivor support group meeting provides the young adult brain tumor patient an opportunity to meet other young adult brain tumor survivors, discuss or share experiences, and ask…

Recurring

Emory St. Joseph’s Support Group

Virtual Event

Hosted by the SBTF, the Emory Brain Tumor Support Group aims to provide an opportunity for information sharing and support for brain tumor patients, as well as their family, their friends and their caregivers. Learn about all the brain tumor support group opportunities on our Support Group Resource page. The Emory Brain Tumor Support Group…

Recurring

Aphasia Support Group

Virtual Event

Aphasia is caused by damage to the language-dominant side of the brain, usually the left side, and may be brought on by stroke, head injury or a brain tumor. Our…

Recurring

Emory St. Joseph’s Support Group

Virtual Event

Hosted by the SBTF, the Emory Brain Tumor Support Group aims to provide an opportunity for information sharing and support for brain tumor patients, as well as their family, their friends and their caregivers. Learn about all the brain tumor support group opportunities on our Support Group Resource page. The Emory Brain Tumor Support Group…

Recurring

Parents of Young Adult Survivors Support Group

Virtual Event

Transitioning your child from pediatric to adult brain tumor care can be difficult. The parent brain tumor support group provides parents of the young adult survivors the opportunity to share experiences with others parents and to talk through some of the challenges they face. To allow for open conversation, this support group is only for…

Recurring

Young Adult Survivor Support Group

Virtual Event

The Young Adult Survivor support group meeting provides the young adult brain tumor patient an opportunity to meet other young adult brain tumor survivors, discuss or share experiences, and ask questions about treatment plans or effects of treatment on your physical & emotional health. Young adults include those over eighteen but under twenty-five years of…

Recurring

Parents of Young Adult Survivors Support Group

Virtual Event

Transitioning your child from pediatric to adult brain tumor care can be difficult. The parent brain tumor support group provides parents of the young adult survivors the opportunity to share…

Recurring

Young Adult Survivor Support Group

Virtual Event

The Young Adult Survivor support group meeting provides the young adult brain tumor patient an opportunity to meet other young adult brain tumor survivors, discuss or share experiences, and ask…

Recurring

Parents of Young Adult Survivors Support Group

Virtual Event

Transitioning your child from pediatric to adult brain tumor care can be difficult. The parent brain tumor support group provides parents of the young adult survivors the opportunity to share…