The Invictus Pathways Program offers a variety of wellbeing activities for current and past serving veterans, first responders and their families.

The aims of the program are to provide pathways for community reintegration, rehabilitation and recovery programs, goal setting and peer to peer activities to support wellbeing.

Invictus Pathways Program activities on offer may include:

  • Swimming
  • Archery
  • Cycling
  • Next Generation gym access
  • Kayaking
  • Sailing
  • Wheelchair sports
  • Seated Volleyball
  • Exercise & Performance Program (formally known as the IPP)

All programs, with the exception of the Exercise and Performance Program, are open to participants family members to join in as well.

See our schedule of events

UniSA Student Involvement

The Invictus Pathways Program provides a unique opportunity for UniSA students to gain valuable placement opportunities within the adaptive sports and wellbeing fields. For UniSA students studying in the fields of exercise & sport science, exercise physiology, occupational therapy, physiotherapy and podiatry, the benefits of participating in the Invictus Pathways Program go well beyond industry experience.

Students strengthen their understanding of the practical side of their degrees, while building meaningful relationships with the veterans and first responders they work with. Navigating through complex challenges, such as adapting programs to participants’ physical and mental health requirements, provides students with advanced knowledge and experience.

The opportunity to undertake placement within the IPP and to make a real and lasting difference in the lives of returned veterans and first responders demonstrates to students the significant value of their contribution as future allied health professionals

Veterans' Engagement & Education Program (VEEP)

The Veterans' Engagement & Education Program (VEEP) helps students to balance study with work and family responsibilities, and to respond to some of the unique challenges that may arise as a result of their service. This program is available to veterans, current serving and ex-serving Australian Defence Force members, including reservists, first responders, and immediate family members who are studying at UniSA.

The Invictus Pathways Program offers physical wellbeing programs to students enrolled in the UniSA VEEP program. VEEP participants are provided with access to an 8 week training program with allied health students at our City East, City West and Magill campuses. 

Find out more about VEEP

The Invictus Pathways Program is a University owned, student-led program for Veterans and First Responders. It is not endorsed by or affiliated with the Invictus Games Foundation.”
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