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UK’s first rehabilitation service for children with brain tumours

 

Brainbow is a unique partnership between three independent charities – Anna’s Hope, Camille’s Appeal and Tom’s Trust, working with Addenbrooke’s Hospital – to fund and provide a pioneering rehabilitation service in the East of England for children with brain tumours.

Brainbow is a multi-disciplinary team which includes Physiotherapists, a Speech and Language Therapist, Occupational Therapist and Clinical Psychologists.

Read more about Brainbow

Watch the Brainbow video

Partnership charities

Brainbow has been made possible by the generous collaboration of three regional charities - all of whom have personal experience of having children with brain tumours.

How to donate to Brainbow

If you’d like to donate to the Brainbow service please click here to go to the Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust website. Thank you!  

Meet the team

Meet the staff who make up the Brainbow team

Meet the team

Meet the staff who make up the Brainbow team

Elisabeth Kerley

Meet the team

Meet the staff who make up the Brainbow team

Meet the team

Meet the staff who make up the Brainbow team

Lizzie Berry

Meet the team

Meet the staff who make up the Brainbow team

Dr Amos Burke

Meet the team

Meet the staff who make up the Brainbow team

Louise Heavey

Meet the team

Meet the staff who make up the Brainbow team

Katie Johnson

Meet the team

Meet the staff who make up the Brainbow team

Antonia Kilcommons

Meet the team

Meet the staff who make up the Brainbow team

Dr Angela Kirby

Meet the team

Meet the staff who make up the Brainbow team

Kate Stephens

Meet the team

Meet the staff who make up the Brainbow team

Brainbow - questions and answers for families and carers

Answers to some frequently asked questions.

Contact the Brainbow service

Telephone: 
01223 596 163
Box number: 
51

Cambridge University Hospitals
NHS Foundation Trust
Hills Road
Cambridge
CB2 0QQ

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Brainbow celebrates three years of rehabilitation for children with brain tumours

Over 200 children suffering with brain tumours from across the East of England have been helped in the first three years of Brainbow, a pioneering service resulting from a unique partnership of charities with CUH.