The UK's first rehabiliation service for children with brain tumours.
What is Brainbow?
Launched in 2013, Brainbow is a partnership between three independent charities - Anna's Hope, Joshua Tarrant Trust and Tom's Trust (Camille's Appeal, Founder Charity is now closed) working with Addenbrooke's Hospital to fund and provide rehabilitation service in the East of England for all children with Brain Tumours.
The service consists of a multi-diciplinary team which includes Specialist Teacher, funded by Joshua Tarrant Trust
Physiotherapists, Speech and Language Therapist and Occupational Therapist funded by Anna's Hope
Clinical Psychology funded by Tom's Trust. The team is supported by admin and management - funded by Joshua Tarrant Trust as well as a clinical lead.
Brainbow is part of the paediatric oncology and haematology department.
What does Brainbow do?
Who does Brainbow see?
What are the referral criteria
Heather Mephem (left) Specialist Teacher, Lucy Pearson (middle) Administrative Assistant, Laura Howden (right) Service Delivery Manager.
Joshua Tarrant Tust announced as the fourth partnership charity of Brainbow.
Sean Tarrant Co-founder, Denise Tarrant Co-founder, Amos Bruke Clinic Lead, Elisabeth Christie Project Coordinator.