Bright Futures UK was launched in 2017 to fill a void in the support services available to children & young people going through long term illnesses.
Our mission is simple. Support children & young people back into education after taking time out due to their illness.
We offer support to young people of all educational ages who suffer from severe long-term illness, whether it be a mental health or physical health condition
Josh & Nathalie co-founded Bright Futures UK after their own experiences of having a serious illness during education. Both founders had cancer at different stages in their lives, and between them, they’ve been on the receiving end of treatments, appointments and rehabilitation support for a combined total of 20+ years.
Bright Futures UK was founded by Cancer survivors, and few know more about how similar illnesses can treat people so differently. If illnesses affect people in such different ways, it seems only right the support they have access to is just as tailored.
The journey our young people face whilst battling illness isn't easy, however Bright Futures UK is here every step of the way - from diagnosis all the way to recovery.
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