A Charity Here To Advise
and Support
We aim to bring real hope to the
disabled and their families through
advice, support, inspiration
and motivation.

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Upcoming & Recent Events

We have been working hard with hospitals around the country in order to ensure that patients get to benefit from our services.

Due to the continued hard work and dedication from the team, we are now in a number of new hospitals and are working with them to provide trauma patients our services. This is a great benefit to patients given that all our volunteers have previously experienced major trauma.

We appreciate that hospitals are struggling due to cut backs over the years. We hope that our services help the hospitals to provide support to trauma patients as well as helping the patients themselves. We regularly work alongside ward managers and senior personnel in order to deliver our services.

Our services have helped a number of patients who are now members of our Facebook group. Our support has assisted these patients in having a more positive outlook on life and allowed them to realise that the required support is available to them.

We are pleased to announce that we have recently started providing our services in hospitals in the South East and the Midlands.

The volunteers form ATSGUK recently took part in a staged major incident drill at Dreamland in Margate.
Over 200 people took part in this exercise.
Our volunteers took part in the exercise where they had to respond to the fictitious scenario of a crowd of 6,500 people being exposed to a potentially harmful chemical.

Further information can be found below:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-kent-65788598

https://www.kentonline.co.uk/thanet/news/emergency-crews-at-theme-park-as-huge-chemical-attack-staged-287878/

https://www.itv.com/news/meridian/2023-06-05/emergency-services-descend-on-amusement-park-for-chemical-incident-drill

Mark and Beverly from our charity attended the British Human Powered Club Race Event.
Mark entered the event using his hand cycle. The event participants included some ex forces personnel.
These events allow us to inspire individuals who are dealing with their own trauma.

Paul Ellis climbed the High Street Mountain and High Street Ridge in the Lake District.
He also climbed the Raven Crag in the Lake District.
Recently, Paul also crawled up Mount Teide in Tenerife with the Amp Camp team to raise funds for Amp Camp kids.

Watch Ben Lovell (ATSGUK Volunteer) on ITV News give his take on new scientific research on limb difference.

Sir Mo Farah, CBE, British Long Distance Runner & Olympic Gold Medalist

Inspirational Stories and Quotes

Start by doing what’s necessary; then do what’s possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible