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    • Soldiers Arts Academy: Soldier On play
      I would like to welcome the Soldiers’ Arts Academy to the VFR Hub! We are hoping that some members The Soldiers’ Arts Academy allow serving and ex-serving personnel to participate in the creative and performing arts, using ‘Soldier On’ is an upcoming play and one of the Academy’s current projects. The play’ “What happens when a company of ex-soldiers becomes a company of actors? A theatrical band of brothers. Although ‘Soldier On’ is written/directed by Jonathan Guy Lewis and produced by Amanda Faber. The play is going You can find out more about the play by visiting: https://www.soldiersartsacademy.com/current-productions. The work of the This topic was modified 1 week, 4 days ago by  Kristina Fleuty. This topic was modified 1 week, 4

      Started by:  Kristina Fleuty in: Relationships / Perception / Communication

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    • Suffolk Armed Forces Commissioner
      The Suffolk Armed Forces Covenant board is seeking a new voluntary Armed Forces Commissioner for Suffolk. This politically independent and Hosted by Suffolk County Council, you will: chair the three board meetings each year; help to set the agenda; provide engage public sector services; and, champion the Armed Forces Covenant. click here for more information This topic was modified 2

      Started by:  Alex Cooper in: Relationships / Perception / Communication

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    • Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
      We have just completed our first review report on mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI) in Service Personnel. This report analyses -the definition and classification of the condition. -its prevalence rates, specifically in relation to the US, the UK and Canada -its markers and long-term consequences. -its comorbidity with other disorders. -approaches towards treatment. The report can be accessed here Do get in touch if you would like any further information or if you have any questions

      Started by:  The Health of Veterans’ Research Team in: Physical Health

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