HEROES MOTORSPORT
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Shilo Harris is an inspiration to us here at Heroes Motorsport. Shilo travels the country as a motivational speaker, sharing his unforgettable story of triumph over adversity. His courage and strength to stand and share what he has been through shows us all what is possible, no matter the challenges we face. We encourage everyone to read his story and see the cutting edge technology that he is using and that is being developed to help all disabled veterans and others. He is a true hero and an inspiration to us all!

Shilo Harris

 

 

We are grateful to the Beaverton VFW (Veterans of Foreign Wars) Post 4617 for their encouragement and support for our team and for all they do for veterans. This is an incredible group of men and woman who work tirelessly to support our veterans.

Many of our team members are proud members of the VFW!

VFW Post 4617 Beaverton, OR

VFW Oregon

The HeartMath Institute is a terrific resource for Active Duty, Veterans, First Responders and their families for help with practical solutions for the every day challenges they face. We have listed some helpful links but be sure to explore their entire website for some great information and a free D.V.D for veterans and their families.

Veterans Resources

Resources for Law Enforcement and First Responders

H.E.A.R.T. HeartMath Education And Resilience Training™ DVD Trailer

HeartMath Education And Resilience Training™ (H.E.A.R.T.) DVD Request Form

TEDxSantaCruz: Howard Martin - Engaging The Intelligence of the Heart

Heartmath.com

 

The following links will take you to several articles on the HeartMath webpage that you might find interesting:

Navy Gets The Coherence Advantage

Military Service Appreciation Initiative

Returning Combat Veterans Use HeartMath Technology

HeartMath Techniques, Technology Aid Military Couple

HeartMath Resilience Training for 34,000 Dutch First Responders

Heroes Motorsport is dedicated to researching and partnering with local, national and global companies to support research that will allow disabled veterans to actively participate in motorsports, and in their personal life. This includes the development of prosthetics, robotics, and bionics in limb replacement among other technologies. The following links are just a few of the exciting new and not so new technologies being developed.