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We are a non-profit charity that cares and support families with children with brain and spinal tumours, severe neurological problems and those in palliative care during the hospitalisation.
Our volunteers are especially trained to work in the Neurosurgery, Neurology, Oncology and ICU Units and are part of the PACT of the Children’s Hospital.

This exceptional and innovative new role is being recognized as essential by the medical community in support not only to the families but also to the healthcare staff as it brings them understanding of the emotional stress and needs the families have to face during these painful experiences.

Our primary task is to offer on-going daily guidance and emotional support for the families during their hospital stay and all through their child illness, help them understand complex medical information and give financial assistance when necessary.

Our volunteer assists the parents through the diagnostic and therapeutic process, while maintaining an honest and open communication about the child’s disease and the status of treatment. Our presence helps them understand and cope with the crisis they face.
We also help parents deal effectively with the family disruption and turmoil that can result in marital, sibling and peer conflicts.

Oscar’s Angels is also recognised in the hospital community for its unique work as a family support charity in the “Paediatric End-of-Life Care”.

Oscar’s Angels is supported by grants and donations and is provided at no cost to the family.

Advocacy, Clinical/medical services, Counselling/bereavement, Education, Family support, Help/Information/advice, Public awareness, Training

We want to be honest about how we use your data to ensure that you know that we are working in accordance with the GDPR.

We do keep your data in a safe place, we do not sell your data or share your data with marketing companies or any other third parties. We contact you via email as part of your membership benefits telling you about conferences, training and research that you maybe interested in. If you do not wish to receive these emails please just let us know.

We always ask permission before using your name on Twitter, Facebook or on our website.

Our Data Protection Officer is fully aware of the data protection obligations, as are the Staff. We continue to work in accordance with the IOC guidelines to ensure that we are using the best practices to protect and keep your data private.

We will continue to review our internal procedures, as such this privacy notice may be updated in the future without prior notice.

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