shutterstock_198814559CaverHubs are meetings for people affected by cavernoma that take place throughout the year in different locations. CaverHubs are an excellent opportunity for members, patients and the general public to gain valuable information about cavernoma, through presentations delivered by neurosurgeons and other specialists, socialise with other members and share their experiences and form friendships through a mutual understanding of the condition. Guest speakers are available for questions and answers, in both a group discussion and occasionally one to one (this is at the discretion of the speaker). Members often find answers to questions they haven’t had the opportunity or courage to ask previously. The events calendar will give you details on the upcoming CaverHubs, which are FREE to everyone.