Protect Kids from Anxiety and Depression 

 Help kids have a healthier, happier life. Here’s how! 

Our kids are in trouble. Big trouble. Anxiety and depression among our youth is skyrocketing. 

Don’t let the little ones you care about become one of these staggering statistics:  

1 in 4 kids are currently affected by depression

1 in 5 kids reported a significant increase in anxiety since the pandemic

With depressed and anxious kids, we then begin to worry about self-medication, poor friend choices, defiance, isolation, and more.

What if you could defy the odds and give your kids and students their best chance for a healthy, happy, and successful life 

The groundbreaking course Brain Thrive: Pre-K – Grade 1, can help you do it. This course gives you the tools and strategies to help kids learn how to have a healthier brain for a better life.  

Want this life-changing course? 


 How sand, potato flakes, and hot water can change your child’s life…

Do this with your kids today!

Did you know your brain is soft like butter, tofu, or custard? That’s right! The most important organ in the human body can be easily hurt by so many things in a kid’s life, such as: 

  • Falling down 
  • Sports and playground injuries (getting hit by a baseball, soccer ball, etc.) 
  • Being in a car or bike accident 

When the brain is hurt—even if it’s a mild injury—it can create unnecessary long-term problems with: 

  • Lack of focus 
  • Anxiousness 
  • Mood issues 
  • Aggression 
  • Forgetfulness 
  • Learning challenges 

Head trauma also increases the risk of alcohol and drug abuse, among other issues. 

Nobody wants this for their child or students. 

To help kids learn to love and protect their brains so they minimize the risk for head injuries and their many consequences, try this fun activity. 

All you need is some sand, potato flakes, and hot water… 

Video: How Soft is Your Brain? 

Find many more hands-on educational activities in our course, Brain Thrive: Pre-K – Grade 1, which helps set kids up for a lifetime of greater academic, emotional, and social success. 



To your brain health,  

Kelley Villegas, OTR

Owner of Focus NeuroRehab