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Jordan


There are no words to describe the feeling you get when you hear that word ‘cancer’. A feeling of dread and despair coupled with desperation, fear of the unknown and panic. The room starts spinning, your heart starts racing and you start sweating, you can hear what the doctor is saying but the words are not quite sinking in. It is a confusing and scary time!
Baby Jordan
Six weeks before, we welcomed a beautiful baby boy into our family. We named him Jordan Ashley. He was a perfect 7lb 9oz with a head full of dark hair and the most gorgeous blue eyes. He did not waste any time entering this world with labour and delivery lasting only 1 ½ hours. Three days later, we brought him home and began life with a newborn. His big brother, Nathanael, was as proud as a big brother could possibly be. We spent every day doting on our new little bundle of joy.

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Lack of Funding and Research into Effective Rehabilitation for Brain Tumour Patients

Multidisciplinary rehabilitation after primary brain tumour treatment (Review)
Khan F, Amatya B, Ng L, Drummond K, Olver J


People with brain tumours may experience a range of symptoms and disabilities such as psychological problems, difficulties with mobility or self-care, and relationship and work issues, which can have a substantial impact on their quality of life. These symptoms and disabilities may be addressed through “multidisciplinary rehabilitation” delivered by a team of different healthcare professionals (for example, doctors, nurses, therapists) working in an organised manner.

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Recent News

Beanies for Brain Cancer

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Winter 2017
You can rock a beanie during #beaniesforbraincancer helping to raise much needed awareness and collecting a gold coin donation to help support those affected by this disease.

Women's Retreat 2017

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Limited Places
Peace of Mind Foundation Women's Retreat 2017! 13th to 15th October 2017, $180 per person, tickets available online

Colour In with Willis

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Spread the Word
What better way to spread awareness of Brain Cancer and have some fun at the same time. Download your favourite Willis the SuperBrain colouring in today and share with your friends on social media!

Josie's Ride 2018

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Ride For Brain Cancer
Josie's Ride for Brain Cancer 2018 in support of Peace of Mind Foundation. 21st January 2018, $10 per rider, $5 per pillion.

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