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Find out about some of Care for Veterans’ amazing residents, and how our care and support is helping them.
Nineteen years ago, ex-RAF airman, Andy, acquired a serious brain injury when he was knocked off his bicycle...
Anita served in the Women’s Auxiliary Air Force (WAAF) as Leading Aircraftwoman (LACW) throughout WWII.
Former WREN (Women’s Royal Naval Service), Betty, 96, came to live at Care for Veterans earlier this year.
Former RAF mechanic, Bob, came to us following a second stroke.
Former Flight Engineer and Air Gunner, Doug, came to us following a stroke.
Geoffrey was in the Army during World War II. This is his story...
Rene is our eldest resident and is showing no signs of slowing down.
Former Senior Aircraftman, Larry, served in the RAF during the late 1960s.
Dr Michael Matthews came to live at Care for Veterans in April 2010, having been living with Parkinson’s disease. His illness was making him weak and he was unable to wal
Lieutenant Commander Dr Michael Hutchinson, 83, is a former Royal Navy Officer. He served in the Navy for over 30 years, specialising in submarines.
Former Infantry Soldier, Nathan, came to Care for Veterans following a brain haemorrhage.
Former Gunnery Instructor and Deep Sea Diver, Ray, came to Care for Veterans as he needed residential care.
Meet Will, one of our youngest residents, who is living with an Acquired Brain Injury.
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