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How your love and legacies have been saving lives through lockdown
How can we help wounded veterans and their families feel safe and supported when they can’t leave their house? This was one of the challenges facing our Recovery Team when the UK entered the first lockdown in Spring 2020. With our recovery centres and support hubs closed, our essential services had to change overnight. Read the full article for more details on how we tackled these challenges.
How an injured veteran is shaping the future of care for others
Former Army Captain, Dave Henson, is part of a ground-breaking study helping us understand the long-term needs of injured veterans and service personnel. Here he explains why the ADVANCE Study, which you’ve helped us fund, is important for future generations.
Veterans' stories from Iraq, 10 years on
Here we share three stories of inspirational veterans wounded in Iraq who we have supported in their on-going recovery. Ways of communicating with loved ones back home were scarce in the warzone so they relied on sending military airmail letters, known as ‘Blueys’. They’ve shared some of their precious letters with us….
The important role sport can have on both physical and psychological wellbeing
In his role as Activity and Wellbeing Lead for Wales and Hereford, Nick helps wounded veterans enjoy sporting activities that support their recovery journeys. Having studied Sport Science at university, Nick has always understood the important role sport can have on both physical and psychological wellbeing.