Welcome to the Bright Futures Upbeat Website
Bright Futures offers support to Young Adult Carers (aged 18-24) and their families to help them get the support, skills, confidence and help they need to manage periods of transition and change in order to build their resilience and improve their future life chances. Funded by the Big Lottery and being delivered by the Devon-based charities TTVS, Westbank, Unite and Yiung Devon, the project provides:
- 1:1 support
- Peer Support Groups
- Skills development
Bright Future News
This January, Young Carers Awareness Day was celebrated by Bright Futures with a cycling challenge and saw nearly 50 students give their support. Each year Young Carers Awareness Day is...
Take a look at our new colourful infographics and see what difference we are making to Young Adult Carers. You can read the short version here And the long version...
October was full of fun and creative activities for our Young Adult Carers. With a Health and Well Being event, Up-cycling Workshop, climbing fun for the Young Carers Council, Tai...
Keeley Allin who has been on the Bright Futures Project for several years has become one of the youngest Mayors ever in the UK. The Mayoral Introduction Ceremony was on...
Young Adult Carers have been upcycling unwanted items in our ‘Upbeat Upcycle’ project. We have a wide variety of skills to develop, from painting and decoupage to sewing and knitting....