Today we’re raising awareness for world brain tumour day. A tumour is a mass of tissue which has formed due to an accumulation of abnormal cells. Brain tumours can be either malignant (cancerous) or benign (non-cancerous).
Due to the high mortality rate, it’s very important to know what the symptoms so it can be detected early and get treated as soon as possible.
Brain tumours often manifest symptoms such as headaches, alterations in speech or hearing, seizures, difficulties with balance and walking, and sensations of numbness or tingling in the arms or legs. Other indicators of brain tumours can include challenges with recollection and changes in vision or personality.
Get into contact with us for any in-home aged care requests.
1300 912 155, (03) 9863 6149
Learn more about our in-home Aged Care Services
Try our calculator for self-funded individuals!
We understand that it can be stressful trying to figure out how much money the care you need will cost. We’ve made it easy to figure out how much it will cost for even the most complicated of care plans.