What are the Invictus Games?
The Invictus Pathways Program (IPP) is a wellbeing program to assist current serving and veteran defence force personnel and ﬁrst responders who have physical, emotional and/or psychological conditions often experienced as a result of traumatic events.
The Invictus Games, founded by Prince Harry, bring together a unique band of international competitors to inspire understanding and respect for returned service men and women through the power of sport.
The Invictus Games are about much more than just sport – they capture hearts, challenge minds, and change lives, while shining a spotlight on the ‘unconquerable’ character of service men and women, their families and their ‘Invictus’ spirit.
The IPP is motivated by the spirit of the Invictus Games to harness the power of exercise and sport to inspire recovery and wellbeing. The program includes activities that welcome the family members of participants also.
The IPP is about using sport and exercise and participating in community adaptive sports to achieve life goals.
This global-first Invictus Pathways Program provides participants with access to a range of wellbeing activities in the community as well as allied health services, including:
- baseline physiological testing and profiling
- training in state-of-the-art facilities
- support programs, and
- the expertise of UniSA’s leading health professionals and students.
Invictus Pathways Program Contact Email
Military and Emergency Services Health Australia Contact Information
Phone: (08) 7002 0880
Email: [email protected]