Royal Brompton and Harefield hospitals have cared for hundreds of the sickest Covid-19 patients. They have found that for those who have been critically ill, the impact of Covid-19 can last way beyond the initial virus, as patients can experience a range of severe and prolonged mental and physical health issues. This can include post-traumatic stress, memory loss, chronic pain and fatigue, which affect many aspects of day-to-day life.

This is why the Charity is raising funds to set up and run a new initiative called Road to Recovery: Post Covid Mental Health Programme that will support patients with their psychological and physical recovery. Family members will also be supported as they play a vital role in the care and ongoing recovery of their loved ones.

What is Road to Recovery?

Road to Recovery will provide online support to patients through specialist one-to-one counselling and support groups to reduce social isolation and teach skills, such as stress management. A separate support group will also run for families who will benefit from peer support.

Please help us this festive season

By making a donation or taking part in an upcoming event, you will help set up the Road to Recovery programme, making a big difference to hundreds of patients and their families who need it.