Physical Health

In this report, DSC explores provision for the physical health needs of the armed forces community. The report highlights the range of services provided by armed forces charities which can have a dramatic effect on an individual’s recuperation from injury or improved quality of life for an ageing veteran population.


Download the report and the supporting materials via the links below. 

Ray Lock CBE, Chief Executive, FiMT:

The purpose of FiMT is to enable all ex-Service personnel and their families to make a successful and sustainable transition back into civilian life. This detailed report provides an important insight into the physical health support a relatively small number of charities provide to the armed forces community across the UK.’

Tom Traynor, Head of Research, DSC:

‘The aim of the Focus On series is not only to highlight the vital work our armed forces charities do for their respective beneficiaries, but also to create a better knowledge base for policymakers and these charities to continue to act in the best interests of our armed forces community.


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Physical Health in Numbers

121

Charities deliver physical health support

250,000

Beneficiaries accessed physical health support last year

£103 million

Spent on physical health provision last year