Life Skills Lesson Plans & Resources for Teachers
Inside your toolbox you will find life-changing lesson plans and resources (including workshops, webinars, online programmes, books and resources) for your students. These tools have been created to enhance their journey through education and life beyond school.
We understand that all institutes have a variety of needs and we’re ready to talk through your aims and objectives to reinforce your requirements to offer students the best development experience. Get in touch to find out more about the workshops, webinars, online programmes and books Future Toolbox offer.
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Welcome to “Brain or Shine”, giving an insight to living with brain injury.
Where did this title come from? Well, to me a brain injury can be like the wonderful English weather, one minute the sun is shining, the next, it’s raining. It’s so unpredictable and has the ability to change very quickly.
Don’t get us wrong, it’s not all doom and gloom. In fact, so many Brits love to complain about how bad the weather is but they don’t focus on a blue sky on a cold, crisp morning, they complain about the low temperature instead. If you can focus on the beauty and positive bit, life becomes more joyous. So back to my blog, well it’s here to help not only those living with brain injury but the family and friends who have also been affected by their loved one suffering these side-effects.
In fact, the book What The Hell Just Happened? is a raw story of our journey through…well, let’s just say a few challenges that life decided to throw at us.
Our aim is to help others with simple tools to cope with the side effects of brain injury. Sometimes, it’s the little things that make the biggest differences.
Take a look below to find out
- Inspiring Northampton brain injury survivor wins national award
- See us on Tiktok
- Visit our YouTube Channel
- Listen to our Podcast
- See our bookshop
Mention Rushden Swimming Club
Power of the Mind Networks
(Details similar to current website showing our school’s programmes – the text in the concertina boxes needs a little more work and perhaps some free resources and links)