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Supportive Care

Navigating through brain tumor diagnosis, treatment, and even survivorship, can be an overwhelming time for patients and their families. Our goal is to ease some of the burden on you and your family, by offering the following services for our adult neuro-oncology patients.

 

Patient Support

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The Sheri Sobrato Brisson Brain Cancer Survivorship Program provides services aimed at enhancing quality of life for patients with brain tumors.

Caregiver Support

UCSF Caregiver Retreat 2018
The UCSF Neuro-Oncology Gordon Murray Caregiver Program supports family members and loved ones to help prepare them for their new roles as caregivers.

Neurocognitive Care Services

UCSF neuropsychologist Christina Weyer Jamora, RN, PhD
Neurocognitive rehabilitation addresses the various language, motor, cognitive, and psychological impairments that brain tumors can cause.

Brain Tumor Support Groups

Mary Lovely, RN and Rosemary Rossi
Our brain tumor support groups are for patients, family members and caregivers to share their experiences and concerns, and to learn from each other.

Exercise Program

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The Workout for Wellness program provides exercise counseling for brain tumor patients, survivors and caregivers, to help support their individual wellness goals through physical activity.

Social Work

UCSF Brain Tumor Center Social Work
Our social workers serve as patient advocates, helping to find resources and solving problems, whether it's about supportive counseling or insurance questions.

Events and Resources

UCSF social worker Rosemary Rossi
Our events and resources are tailored towards providing helpful information to support the unique needs of patients with brain tumors and their loved ones.

 


 

Pediatric Patient and Family Support Services

UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital provides an array of services for children and their families to help make your experience here go as smoothly as possible.

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Additional Services

From interpreters to social workers, UCSF Medical Center offers a variety of services related to practical concerns as well as emotional support.

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