Cycle Ibiza for SameYou
IT'S TIME TO RIDE!
In April 2023, we are setting off to the stunning island of Ibiza to challenge ourselves physically and mentally to cycle around the island and would like you to join us!
Support SameYou in creating the missing emotional and mental health recovery services essential for survivors and their families.
GO THE DISTANCE FOR BRAIN INJURY & STROKE
WHERE: Ibiza, Spain
WHEN: 21st - 24th April 2023
FUNDRAISING TARGET: £1500
CYCLE 200km or 140km over 2 days - all abilities
You can also take a look at our FAQ page for more information about the event.
We have a number of sponsorship opportunities. If you are interested in sponsoring this event please get in touch.
THANK YOU TO OUR CYCLE IBIZA SPONSORS
SameYou is a charity dedicated to creating a future where anyone affected by brain injury can achieve the best possible recovery by accessing long-term physical, psychological, and emotional recovery services.
By taking part in Cycle Ibiza, you are helping SameYou to transform the way survivors and their loved ones are supported through providing emotional, mental health, and cognitive recovery services, and supporting our plan to build a groundbreaking new recovery platform and centre for brain injury and stroke survivors and their families.
Why Brain Injury?
1 in 3 people will be affected by a brain injury at some point in their lives.
Brain injury is one of the biggest - yet most neglected - global health challenges we face. At least 2.5 million people in the UK 1 and 155 million people globally2 live with the consequences of brain injury - more than with breast cancer or dementia. With aging populations, that number is set to double by 2035.
Brain injury affects the whole person - brain, body, and mind - and survivors have complex recovery needs. Integrated physical disability, cognitive impairment, mental health, and emotional trauma services are essential for survivors to recover and simply don't exist. Many lose their independence, and the social and emotional impacts can be overwhelming.
Despite advances in our understanding of the brain, effective treatment, and support for people with brain injury remains poor, with nearly half of all survivors feeling abandoned after leaving the hospital. The devastating personal, societal, and economic consequences of brain injury demand that we do better.
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