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From the moment of diagnosis through treatment and beyond, the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation community is here for your family every step of the way. Here you'll find resources and support for pediatric brain tumor patients and survivors, their parents, caregivers, and siblings.


Sibling Space Art Support Group

Siblings of children with brain cancer often struggle with a lot of difficult emotions. Giving your child a space to openly share their feelings can help them grapple with the changes happening in their lives.

Sibling Space, our online art support program, offers a safe and creative environment where children and teens affected by a sibling’s brain tumor diagnosis can connect and find support. Facilitated by PBTF’s on-staff child life specialist and an artist educator experienced in working with families impacted by childhood cancer, Sibling Space groups meet monthly to explore topics like mindfulness, self-reflection, and self-advocacy through various art materials and projects.

  • Children ages 6-8 meet the first Wednesday of every month from 6-7 p.m. ET
  • Children ages 9-12 meet the first Wednesday of every month from 7-8 p.m. ET
  • Teens ages 13-17 meet the first Thursday of every month from 7-8 p.m. ET

Sessions will be held monthly through November 2024, and children can attend all or some of the sessions.  Have questions or need immediate support? Email our team at [email protected].

Register your child below to receive a special package of art supplies before their first session.

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