All the latest updates from Help for Heroes
How the power of sport helps wounded veterans recover post injury
Dean is a Physical Development Coach, who uses the power of sport to help wounded veterans recover post injury. Because Dean himself is a veteran, he has a unique understanding of the challenges many of them face. Dean was injured in Afghanistan in 2010, and it was his own experience of using exercise as part of his recovery that led to him wanting to help others in the same way.
How the Help for Heroes choir creates a special sense of camaraderie for our wounded
Caroline Rawlins joined our Fellowship team in 2017 to lead our Help for Heroes Choir. Having grown up in a military family and a member herself of the Military Wives’ Choir, Caroline understands first hand why singing plays such an important part in the recovery journeys of many of our veterans.
How Sports Recovery is supporting veterans during a second lockdown
When lockdown forced our recovery centres to close, Amy and her team were unable to run their normal activities. However, now Amy is back and excited to be working on a new series of Sports Recovery programmes, all of which can be easily accessed at home by our veterans.
Dartmouth Brands in Partnership with Help for Heroes
Our brand-new watch partnership has launched! With six unique timepieces in the range representing the services that make up our British Armed Forces, our partnership begins with AVI-8, a brand that seeks to honour both the aircraft and the stories of airmen who have dedicated themselves in and out of the cockpit.
World Occupational Therapy Day: The value of Occupational Therapy to wounded veterans’ recovery
Occupational Therapy (OT) at Help for Heroes provides practical support to veterans in order to help them manage their daily life when the impact of their injury might be getting in the way.
11-year-old overcomes challenges to raise funds for wounded veterans
In 2011, Ryan Seyler was diagnosed with hemiplegia, a form of cerebral palsy, as well as coeliac disease. He was just two years old. Now aged eleven, Ryan has faced more than his fair share of life’s challenges. But rather than focus on them, he likes to set himself more.