Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Invisible war wounds: There’s an app for that? - Military News | News From Afghanistan, Iraq And Around The World - Military Times

Using new-age technology to cope with age-old wounds of war, they tap into mobile phone applications, or “apps,” designed to help with post-traumatic stress and brain injuries.

Invisible war wounds: There’s an app for that? - Military News | News From Afghanistan, Iraq And Around The World - Military Times

2 comments:

Rogue Gunner said...

My name is Tony McNally I am a Falklands War veteran, who has PTSD. Over the years I have seen many of my fellow soldiers take their own lives due to their PTSD. More suicides than were KIA in the War. I have found that writing poetry has helped ,me in a big way and I would advise others to try and write things down. I have decided to put a book of poetry together to help raise funds for a UK mental health charity TALKING2MINDS http://www.talking2minds.co.uk/ if you would like to help spread the word or contribute or know of any other Canadian veterans or serving soldiers or families that might like their work published please let me know. it’s a for charity and you can keep your copyright. I want our Canadian brothers onboard to make this a truly International collaboration,

Thank you

DNA - Do Not Avoid said...

Hi, I couldn't see any way of contacting you via email, so I thought I would leave a comment. My name's Chris Morgan, I am the producer of a major new war film, called 'Coup', which may be of interest to your readers. Tagline - a rogue General stages a military coup in America. We have already raised over £750,000 towards our target of £3m via Wefund - http://wefund.com/project/coup-film/p30307/ . We are raising further awareness of the film and seeking to raise the rest of the money via the crowdfunding site above. Please follow the link to follow the project or pledge money via crowdfunding. You can also email me chris@chrismorganfilms.com for more info and a copy of the press release.