Danish Wounded Warriors Project

EVENTS

Events

DWWP both host and attend workshops and camps as speakers, participants in panel discussions and round table discussions.

September 2010

DWWP international expert Elizabeth Larkam MS Ed workshop at Copenhagen University Hospital, attended by Danish wounded soldiers, Doctors, Surgeons, Physiotherapists and Military Personnel entitled:

“Movement sequences in the Pilates environment to facilitate function and/or gait for Polytrauma patients with prosthetic limbs Traumatic brain injury and/or vestibular disorders.”

November 2011

Pilates Method Alliance 2011 Annual conference , Palm Springs USA for international panel discussion sharing expertise within poly-trauma Pilates together with international colleagues Harder Schwarts (Disabled Veteran centre, Tel Aviv,) Mike Podlenski (San Diego’s Navy Medical Center) and Elizabeth Larkam, USA.

November 2012

The Pilates Method Alliance 2012. Las Vegas. USA. DWPP team are key note speakers in the open ceremony and are announced as “Pioneers” of the international initiation entitled Heroes in Motion® Founded by the Pilates Method Alliance, (PMA) the initiative supports the development of an international network of Pilates teachers who use Pilates to serve clients with poly-trauma, vestibular disorders, prosthetic limb(s) and traumatic brain injury.

November 2014

The Pilates Method Alliance 2014. San Diego. USA.
-DWWP presentation entitled “A Danish Wounded Warrior initiative.”
– Expert panel discussion for Heroes in Motion®

April 2015

‘A Danish Wounded Warrior initiative’ workshop at Kings College London, UK.

April 2015

House of Commons “All Party Parliamentary Group on Arts, Health and Wellbeing” round table discussion, where practitioners and academics are invited to share their knowledge and experience in a specific area of arts, health and wellbeing, with the aim to inform policy recommendations for an Arts, Health and Wellbeing Inquiry.

The event will be chaired by Lord West of Spithead and he will invite all participants to contribute and then open it up to a more general discussion with an invited audience. Parliamentarians from all parties and both Houses are able to attend the event.