RBL came in and listened, supported and helped us come back together as a family.
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RBL means everything to me, that I can be there to help Service men and women.
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We invited local children to meet residents with dementia at Danbury Lodge, inspiring amazing reactions.
"You can make the biggest difference to a person's life by deeply listening to their story and responding positively. You see this daily in RBL."
When Ron had to give up work due to a rare form of dementia we helped to support him and his family.
Admiral Nurses support carers of those with dementia playing a vital role in preserving and prolonging independent living for ex-serving personnel.
Our Admiral Nurse service has expanded to Leeds and Bradford to provide support for carers of those with dementia in the Armed Forces Community.
Registered nurses who specialise in dementia form a vital part of our support for veterans.
At 18, Kenneth Lown joined the Fleet Air Arm of The Royal Navy and trained as an Observer.
We provide outstanding support to our Armed Forces community because of their outstanding contribution.
Leon served in the Army for four-and-a-half years, but when he left service, he was unable to find a job and ended up homeless until the Legion stepped in.
When two residents at Mais House decided to renew their wedding vows, our staff went above and beyond to make it happen.
We extend a huge thank you for your support in 2019. In 2020 we'll continue to make the voice of Armed Forces community heard.
Lance Corporal Adam Nesbitt credits the DMRC with helping him make a better recovery than anybody thought was possible after a serious motorcycle accident.
When serving in Afghanistan in 2006, Andy Barlow ran into a minefield to help an injured fellow solider. This changed his life forever.
When the Covid-19 outbreak forced Lee Owen - Head of Activities at one of our care homes - and his 6 year-old son Noah into self-isolation they had to find a way to stay connected to the care home residents they entertained.
The Legion has welcomed a grant of £250,000 from the Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust to help support care home residents.