Help for Heroes works closely with a number of supporting agencies and charity partners to provide the support we do to our wounded, injured and sick service personnel, veterans and their families.
Today, Help for Heroes Recovery Centre Phoenix House in Catterick opened its doors to some of the many wonderful charity partners and organisations we work with, enabling them to promote and share their work and the ways in which they can offer support to our beneficiaries.
Stands and information on the following were present:
Action on Hearing Loss - providing advice and support for people with hearing loss.
Keiro - providing socially focused rehabilitation.
Neural Pathways - offering specialised therapies for adults and children with a range of neurological conditions including acquired brain injury, stroke, spinal injury, multiple sclerosis, huntingdons disease, parkinsons disease and a range of more unusual conditions.
Headway - working to improve life after brain injury.
Momentum Skills - assisting individuals with acquired brain injuries.
Blind Veterans UK - providing support for vision impaired veterans.
Diagonal Alternatives - providing personal assistance after illness or injury.
Canine Partners - providing trained dogs for the disabled.
Centre Manager of Phoenix House Recovery Centre, Mo Usman said of the day; "This has been a brilliant opportunity for people to drop in and have access to the many organisations that can support them as they travel along their road to recovery. It was wonderful to have so many of our support agencies in one place, easy to access and readily available to speak to for both general and specific advice."
Click on the relevant link above for more information on these support agencies, or contact the Support Hub at the Help for Heroes Recovery Centre nearest you.