November 2013 Table of Contents
The Specially Adapted Housing Mission is among several groups working to help severely wounded veterans get a home built just for them.
Consumers, scientists and clinicians join forces at the PVA Summit 2013 + Expo with one goal in mind: Improve the quality of life for those with SCI/D.
Parachuting out of a plane at 13,000 feet with two friends was a happy birthday for this travel writer.
Budgets, a logo change and a different meeting schedule were all part of the 67th Annual PVA National Convention.
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You couldn't help but see the passion of the mentors as the children assembled on the field at Kids Day.
There are two battles in the history of the USMC that demonstrate why the members of the Marines have such pride in their branch of service.
Injury does not derail Eric Berkey from his love of sailing.
Researchers from Ohio and California encouraged by research findings.
For most people sex remains an important part of their lives in the years after injury.
Social support has always been an important factor in the well-being of people with disabilities.
Hard-working students rewarded with scholarships from Paralyzed Veterans of America.
California researchers report findings.
Rule updates supported by PVA.
Senate committees unhappy with report on VA.
Traveler screening process is modified.
Veterans help raise money for fellow vets.
Wheelchair dancing gains in popularity.
Teen overcomes obstacles.
Daily log chronicles Alzheimer's toll.
Reimbursement details explained.
"What can I do about it?"