March 2014 Table of Contents
Adaptive martial arts helps people with disabilities find increased health, strength and confidence.
It may sound like something from a science fiction movie, but exoskeletons continue to advance and help people with SCI walk.
Finding wheelchair accommodations on vacation is a breeze when you're traveling in an accessible RV.
Home exchanging provides an affordable, comfortable and accessible way to visit many places around the world.
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Submit original artwork for a chance to be used on the PVA holiday card and learn about the annual Legislation/Advocacy Seminar.
Today's armed conflict in the Middle East bears similarities to the Vietnam War.
All wheelchair athletes want to move faster, expend the least amount of energy and avoid pain and injury. A new type of wheel is helping them do exactly that.
A Virtual Walk
A major lawsuit filed against New York City in 2011 has finally reached a settlement. The deal from that settlement, however, may now be on hold.
A two-year study looking into the lives of families with combat-injured veterans is about to get underway.
Social Security is cracking down on disability fraud in 2014. In 2012, 11 million citizens collected $140 billion in Social Security disability benefits, a rate that may cause the agency to run out of money by 2016.
I learned early on that two of the many raps against people on wheels are we aren’t very resourceful, and we lack a sense of humor.
Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA) is disappointed in the bipartisan budget deal Congress agreed to that forces military service members and their families to shoulder the burden for deficit reduction.
The latest data from an annual statistics survey shows a large amount of veterans with disabilities living below the poverty line.
The holidays are long over, but there are dozens of children still enjoying some great toys thanks to the efforts of the national staff of the Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA).
A new national program from Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA) is allowing people to donate their vehicles to help wounded warriors.
Penske Truck Rental presented Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA) with a check for $255,157 last December to benefit PVAs Mission: ABLE campaign.
When it comes to a cool destination for summer vacation, it’s tough to beat Anacortes, Wash., on Fidalgo Island just 80 miles north of Seattle.
Hybrid vehicles can be driven by all! With just a few adjustments to the doors, a Toyota Prius becomes wheelchair accessible.
U.S. Navy Lt. Cmdr. Dan Cnossen looks like he’s ready for the 2014 Sochi Paralympics.
The Kelly Brush Foundation has received a big boost in its goal to improve ski racing safety for those with spinal-cord injuries (SCI).
SPORTS ’N SPOKES magazine is again looking for the best young wheelchair athlete in the country.
The VA Work-Study Allowance program allows students to "earn while they learn."
Set aside your spouse's seemingly bad habits, and be grateful for the things they do for you.