working with the Brainstrust

I’ve just finished the first draft of a children’s book for the Brainstrust and I’m really excited to be working with these guys as they truly are a brilliant organisation.

Essentially they’re a support service but unlike other charities, they offer pragmatic support and advice at the point of diagnosis and they have a
unique network of advisors in the medical, scientific and nursing community.

Ultimately their work aims to help put those with brain tumours back in control of a very daunting situation. One of the latest things these guys are providing is a Brainbox containing useful tools such as a ‘brain book’  for keeping a record, a pill box, leaflet’s and lots of information about what’s available for you. You can read more about it here.

Essentially this book is aimed to help both children who have been diagnosed with a brain tumour and their carers, in it is featured ‘the monster’ (brain tumour) and the ‘elephant in the corner’ (Brainstrust’s mascot). The story helps identify symptoms of a brain tumour and what help and support you can get.

It’s only a first draft but I’m really happy to have this chance to help make a difference and raise some awareness. I will be posting updates here so check back to read the latest…

If you or someone you know could benefit from the services that the Brainstrust offers or if you would like to get involved in some way please visit www.brainstrust.org.uk and get in touch.

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2 thoughts on “working with the Brainstrust

  1. Coulter says:

    I was inspired to read about the work you are doing with Brainstrust and how your book will suport the pragmatic approach the charity takes to those who suffer. Maybe you could extend your talents to other charites in the future, who would appreciate and benefit from your work in a simialr way

    I would be happy to support your chairty in anyway you think would help

  2. Karen Boswell says:

    Thank you for your kind comment.

    Brainstrust are a great charity to be working with, especially as the matter is close to their hearts, if you would like to get involved in some way please visit http://www.brainstrust.org.uk and get in touch with them through their site, they will be delighted to talk to you.

    thanks again

    k

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