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Teens who have survived a brain tumor may also have cognitive problems that can make it difficult for them to process social information, such as facial expressions or subtle social cues, the same as other teens. Teens who have survived a brain tumor may have fewer close friends, and may struggle more than other teens with social participation. In order to help survivors, we are working on adapting the SPAN program. If you are interested in this collaboration, or to find out more, please fill out the Contact form.