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1Touch™ Self Defense Project

1Touch™ Self-defense Project for Veterans

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Vocational Opportunities

  • Become a teacher and contribute to the ongoing security and support of your local community. This includes blind and sighted courses with full IT backup and teaching materials.
  • Use your skills (communication, organization, discipline, leadership, etc.) developed during service to educate and empower those around you.
  • Work with people who need and want your help.
  • Personal development.


Social Opportunities

  • Provide a sense of community and belonging to individuals who might otherwise feel isolated and potentially vulnerable.
  • Community outreach programs, educate the public at large about living with blindness and other disabilities.
  • Develop the confidence and security for children suffering from bullying and poor self-perception. Give youths an opportunity to exercise and understand more about themselves and the world around them.
  • Make the elderly and vulnerable more at ease and facilitating the community they live in.


The 1Touch™ is being used at the Battle Creek VAMC VISORS program and Blind Veterans UK. 1Touch is holding a coaching certification course at the Long Beach VA BRC April 13-15th, 2015. 1Touch also has two upcoming coaching certification courses at the Blind Veterans UK for 2015 and will be participating at the National VA TEE Tournament to be held in Riverside Iowa!

For More Info and to Find a Course Near You:

Phone: 319-208-1683



Name: Adam Howard-Williams
Service: British Army
Years Served: 11 (From: Nov 2001 – To: Nov 2012)

I have known Stephen for over four years and in that time he has helped me both physically and mentally to overcome both injury and mental fatigue suffered during my service. I was medically discharged from the Army in November 2012 after failed to recover from a long-term cold weather injury sustained while serving in HM Forces.

Having served my country on two operational tours is something I am extremely proud, however, in that time I have witnessed the sacrifices made by both friends and colleagues, which has resulted in both mental and physical scaring with some unfortunately giving up their own life for the freedom of others.

I fully endorse and personally believe 1Touch is an excellent form of training and by it coming together with Blind Veterans UK (BVUK) demonstrates there is help out there for servicemen and women who have been seriously injured and although they now face the daily battle of a life changing injury, they have the support to help them with their rehabilitation and adjusting to the challenges that lay ahead.

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