The Importance of Peer Support Your browser doesn’t support HTML5 video. Here is a link to the video instead. Author: Jess Johnson, Tom Ives Published: 19th Jun '15 Region: Liverpool, UK Ever wondered why peer support is so important? This short film explains why! Embed Copy and paste this code onto your website. Leave a Comment Related Films Jess shares her experiences of having a brain tumour including why peer support is so important to her and other young people. Jess’s Story It’s a busy time for Alice as she prepares for various up and coming events, including a charity ball, in aid of her cancer, Rhabdomyosarcoma. Chemo is delayed so Alice can complete her packed social diary and feel in good […] Queen of the Ball Next up is Claire Woolger, who shares her story of cancer discovery, explaining how she went from being the “average teenager” worrying only about boys, school work and exams, to finding out she had something far scarier to be concerned […] FYSOT’08: Education In this honest and emotional portrayal of how watching a sibling go through cancer treatment can harbour all sorts of powerful thoughts and emotions, Tom describes, through the process of writing down his hopes and fears in a letter, how […] my letter, my brother, my mum This film tells you all you need to know about the P.E.G. Very spaceage! The P.E.G.