January 2013 Table of Contents
The winter months are a great time to have fun keeping your body and mind active and healthy.
Proper management and prevention of pressure ulcers make a big difference for people with spinal-cord injuries.
Five simple and easy ways for wheelchair users to give their health an extra boost in 2013.
The National Veterans Creative Arts Festival helps vets show others their talents while helping themselves mend.
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Also in this issue:
Syringomelia is an uncommon but disabling complication of spinal cord injury.
Wouldn't it be great to go through a new year with a sense of accomplishment each month?
Finding adaptive clothing is not always easy, especially when you are a wheelchair user.
Virtual reality has gone far beyond the realm of Hollywood movies and now helps wheelchair users.
When it comes to looking for a job or connecting with business professionals, LinkedIn is the network to use.
A new program promises to alleviate the dismal service situation for travelers with disabilities.
Videos offer help to develop and strengthen six essential skills needed to succeed in today's work force.
Unemployment rate for disabled veterans is said to be misleading.
How can we enjoy life when it's not so good to us?
PVA Past National President Victor McCoy was dedicated to PVA and helping veterans.
Medals do not go to all the people who deserve them for paying part of the price of freedom.
Website focuses on the integral role people with disabilities play in American society.
A simple question could help you feel better, take better care of yourself, or save your life.
Exoskeleton technology, allowing some people with spinal cord injury to walk, gets licensing agreement.
Past National President Victor McCoy passes away in October.
Antique pencil-dispenser to help Nevada PVA raise funds.
Memoir by Linda Christianson encourages people to find the positives in life.
Paralysis changed his life in more ways than Stephen Byrne could ever imagine.
Conference in May will focus on equipment and technical issues.
The eBenefits portal is an online resource for injured servicemembers, veterans, and their families and caregivers.