Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Nursing, Convalescent Care and Support for Servicemen and Women

Care and Support for Servicemen and WomenABLEize highlights healthcare services and support for disabled ex-service men and women including physiotherapy, mental health support and counselling through to specialist nursing, dementia and therapeutic care to help veterans as well as helping recently injured service men and women rebuild their lives through rehabilitation.  Sites below also provides details of dedicated support services, convalescence care and nursing homes for ex-service personal that served in the Army, Navy, Air force or Special Forces.

Also details of fundraising activities and volunteering opportunities working with many Armed Forces charities that make finances available to ex-service men and women injured while serving in the UK forces.

Please search through the professional sites and services listed below covering the UK and Northern Ireland and offering specialist care, aftercare and recovery to current and past serving ex-service men and women.

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Based in Llandudno, Wales, Sheffield and Brighton and providing care and support to ex-service personnel.

Details of six care homes for injured or elderly ex-servicemen and women located throughout the UK with four dedicated to providing specialist dementia care. Site highlights the care home locations with images and contacts.

A charity that supports servicemen and ex-servicemen and women who have become disabled or lost a limb. Includes pension details, training and wheelchair assistance.

A charity that provides care, nursing and rehabilitation services for disabled ex-servicemen and women. View the services offered with FAQ with physiotherapy details available to the disabled members. Formally know as the Queen Alexandra Hospital Home.

The leading charity in the UK set up to provide help, care and assistance for veterans suffering with mental health problems including trauma, anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress disorder. Includes freephone contact details.

Round the clock practical and emotional support to members of the British Armed Forces that are currently receiving hospital treatment and care either in the UK or overseas.

Founded in 1951 to help Ex-Servicemen and women coming out of the services after serving in WWII. Continues to offer support services and regular ex-service men and women meetings and events. Site includes future meeting dates, event images and more.

A dedicated and unique Crown charity set up in 1694 and providing sheltered housing and education to serving and retired personnel of the Royal Navy and Royal Marines and their dependants.

A group founded to assist serving and ex-serving members of the Armed Forces reserves as well as their carers and dependents affected anyway by multiple sclerosis (MS) Site provides a dedicated 24/7 helpline along with advice about disability benefits, medical discharge issues and general multiple sclerosis resources.

Provides a range of financial and practical help to anyone who is serving or has served in the RAF includes the disabled, limbless and blind ex RAF members.

Formed in 1916 and offering nursing, comradeship and therapeutic care to ex-service men and women.

Offers a range of vital support services to seafarers including respite breaks for disabled ex-seafarers and their carers and grants to help individuals.

Provides details of care and support services offered to Armed Forces (both Regular and Reserves)veterans and their families. Read the history of the SSAFA along with contacts, video clips and how to help.

A non profit making group ensuring that pensions are made available to ex servicemen and women that are entitles.

Assisting the disabled ex-servicemen and women in the UK. Offers events and pension details and how to make contact.

Founded in 1921 and supporting all ex servicemen and woman by offering a range of benefits, activities, financial support and advice.

Set up to offer support to sailors, marines and their families. Helps financially support wounded, sick and injured personnel as well as caring for the elderly. Site includes details of how to apply for a grant.

Caring for ex seafarers by offering shelter and social welfare services and providing a personal lifeline not only for the seafarers but also for their family members.

A dedicated nursing home formed in 1914 as a registered charity providing treatment and care for service and ex-service men and women. Includes donation details. Located in Belfast.


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