December 2013 Table of Contents
Eating a healthful diet is a trying feat, especially during the holidays. Stay on track with these 14 tips.
After more than 60 years of service standing watch over PVA, "Speedy" has officially retired and a new logo has stepped up to take his place.
Getting benefits to injured vets, stem cell research and amazing people helped make 2013 a year to remember.
Don't know what to get that hard-to-buy-for person on your holiday shopping list? These ideas will help.
The National Veterans Summer Sports Clinic helped Marine Corps veteran Will Ward find a "whole" feeling.
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We can only improve our service to you if you let us know if we are succeeding in our mission or where we need to do more.
The need for a boost in morale that can only be provided by speaking to loved ones still exists among today's service members.
The design of passageways (hallways) is important in a truly functional Universal Design home.
For those who are affected by the Affordable Care Act, here are answers to important questions.
Plan an accessible trip with the help of a new website.
DOL rule changes to help vets and people with disabilities in job search.
SCI study seeks injured war veterans.
Research lab at University of Pittsburgh honored for supporting people with disabilities.
Directory provides details on accessible playgrounds across the nation.
Changes made at Florida and California theme parks will help accommodate individual needs of all guests.
SPIRE Institute in Ohio earns Barrier-Free America Award.
Three paralyzed vets get retrofitted Toyota vans.
PVA honors individuals and companies for making a difference in the lives of people with disabilities.
PVA's Jeff Dolezal participates in promotion ceremony for Air Force friend.
Lack of sun exposure and deficiency in vitamin D are associated with multiple sclerosis.
Olympic champ Bode Mille gives boost to program helping Paralympic Movement.
Television coverage expanded for upcoming Paralympic Games.
Billiards season wraps up with New England PVA event.
Fight against infections for people with SCI shows progress in Ohio State University study.
Author gets over the hump of PTSD and depression with the help of her psychiatrist.
DVD helps health care professionals who have SCI patients.
Nutritional needs is topic for SCI Forum video.
SCI Forum video focuses on techniques and exercise.
Tips for the holiday season.