Ascot Rehab partners with the Invictus Games Foundation to support international wounded, injured or sick Servicemen and women.
Ascot Rehab has partnered with the Invictus Games Foundation (IGF) for international wounded, injured and sick (WIS) Servicemen and women. Ascot Rehab’s partnership, in particular, will be focusing on supporting the IGF ‘Conversation’ during the Invictus Games The Hague 2020, as well as funding part of IGF’s work with the under-resourced smaller nations.
The aim of the IGF Conversation, to be held during the Invictus Games The Hague 2020, is to address an international audience with relevant topics in the recovery and rehabilitation of Wounded, Injured and Sick (WIS) military personnel. The IGF Conversation will look to share best practice and assist in building an enduring legacy from the continuing evolution of the Invictus Games.
The partnership demonstrates Ascot Rehab’s on-going commitment to working with vulnerable members of society and belief in recovery. Through the partnership with the Invictus Games Foundation, Ascot Rehab’s facilities and expertise will be utilised to reach even more of the most vulnerable.
Ascot Rehab is driven by dedicated and decorated medical professionals at the top of their field. With a strong focus on maximising independence and quality of life, Ascot Rehab is a leading force in the provision of adult and paediatric rehabilitation services for those diagnosed with neurological and musculoskeletal conditions – ranging from brain and spinal cord injury, to amputation and strokes. These are all life-changing, debilitating conditions that require the very best response and rehabilitation.
Dr Al-Memar, CEO of Ascot Rehab, said,
“With mutual aims of inspiring recovery, supporting rehabilitation and generating a wider understanding and respect for those who have suffered such injuries, Ascot Rehab are extremely proud and honoured to have partnered with the Invictus Games Foundation.”
Mickey Richards, WIS Liaison Manager at IGF, said
“Having visited one of Ascot Rehab’s excellent treatment centres first-hand and heard more about their work with vulnerable members of society, I’m really happy to see the partnership develop with the Invictus Games Foundation. It’s especially important to have their support for bringing together the international communities.”