This report is the first detailed examination of ex-service personnel, a small, poorly understood group, and thus relatively ‘invisible’ to policy-makers tasked with planning and funding care. It looks at the care they need, the care they receive, and how they generally come to receive it.
Under-served looks at veterans’ priorities – the aspects of care they value and the aspects they would like to change – and at the challenges faced by those who seek to provide that support. Ultimately, this report presents a series of recommendations for Armed Forces charities and for government concerning how this care can be improved.
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