My name is Scott, and I am an injured athlete. My lowest points in my life were defined by my knee injury, which made me physically immobile for months.
As a result, I founded Project Convalescence, an organization which seeks to mentally and physically aid injured student athletes. We seek to publish biweekly or weekly blogs so as to create a community whereby injured athletes share their stories in handling injuries as well as bonding through this platform.
If you are injured, I am sure you know how bad it feels. Helping one another by sharing our stories would be the least that we can do. As such, please do consider filling in this form, if you have a story that you would like to tell.
If you have friends who are injured as well due to sports, feel free to share the link to them. Knowing that others have gone through the same pain as you is powerful for recovery.
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Project Convalescence is an organization which seeks to mentally and physically aid injured athletes. We seek to publish biweekly or weekly blogs so as to create a community whereby injured athletes can bond and share their difficulties. We hope to further branch out by inviting guest speakers and collaborating with organizations to spread further awareness on the importance of recovery from injury for athletes. Currently, we are looking for ambitious and passionate individuals from around the world to help with Outreach, Design, Content, social media, as well as other general tasks.
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