Brainbow is a pioneering rehabilitation service in the East of England for children with brain tumours.
The Brainbow service, based at Addenbrooke's, provides co-ordinated specialist neuro-rehabilitation (physiotherapy, speech and language therapy, occupational therapy and clinical psychology) assessment and some treatment for children with brain tumours.
Brainbow is made possible by the generous collaboration of two regional charities – Anna’s Hope and Tom’s Trust, working with Addenbrooke’s Hospital – all of whom have personal experience of having children with brain tumours.
Donations can be made to the Brainbow service through ACT.
To donate online, click here and type 'Brainbow' into the 'Other (please state)' box.
Or click here for information about other ways to donate.
You can read more about Brainbow on the Cambridge University Hospitals website.