January 2007 Table of Contents
On Veterans Day, Americans paused to remember the past as well as the present.
This annual festival not only showcases a multitude of talents but also demonstrates the healing power of the arts.
It's a new year—resolve to learn how to deal with life's stresses.
Got the winter blahs? You don't have to break the bank to enjoy getaways like this.
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Also in this issue:
PVA President's Message
Learn from mistakes and missed opportunities, and move forward!
Reasons & Remarks
Message from Memorial Day speech in 1952 also holds true today.
Study looks at areas that help reduce aging's effects on your body and mind.
Travel is becoming more accessible; readers invited to book early for September cruise.
An important element in health maintenance, especially for people with SCI/D, is the physical examination.
Double whammy on inherited assets can be offset by little-known deduction.
On the Job
The "Top 10 Companies for People With Disabilities" are listed, along with reasons why.
Positive thoughts and familiar surroundings can help alleviate anxiety of self injections.
A Closer Look
Highlights from the World Congress & Expo on Disabilities in Philadelphia.
Sports and Recreation
In the final stop of a 12-city tour, U.S. Army vet captures sharpshooting title in her hometown.
Results and happenings at two New England PVA Bass Trail events.
Disabled Texas voters cast secret ballots with eSlate electronic machines.
Leggings protect wheelchair users from the elements.
Voice your objection to assistive technology funding cuts.