October 2015 Table of Contents
Paralyzed Veterans of America’s Operation PAVE is much more than an employment program for veterans with disabilities.
A champion of the disability and veterans’ community, former Sen. Bob Dole receives PVA’s inaugural Gordon H. Mansfield Congressional Leadership Award.
It’s no secret that SCI/D comes with complications. When conventional drug therapies aren’t enough, these complimentary and alternative options come to the rescue.
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October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month, which benefits every paralyzed veteran who wants to work
If you don't have a plan, you'll be part of someone else's
A leader in Paralyzed Veterans of America's (PVA) Government Relations department is now heading a prestigious Army National Guard division
Department of Veterans Affairs’ Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment
Late summer training for PVA National Service Officers
Give PVA a boost this holiday season
A team of graduate students could provide a new method of high-quality to patients with SCI/D
When it comes to people with spinal-cord injury or disease exercising, what’s more important, endurance or strength training?
3-D printed spine approved by the FDA
A bill to help veterans with injuries that prevent them from naturally conceiving a child was pulled from the Senate
A new travel guide written by a Barrier-Free Travel guide writer helps wheelchair users explore the wilderness of Washington state
Stanford University found a way to make brain-controlled keypads more accurate
VA Secretary Bob McDonald talks before PVA at 69th annual Convention
Paralyzed Veterans of America member Alvin Uttecht is one of the most decorated wheelchair bowlers in history
Rio de Janiero 2016 Paralympic athletes will be competing with new state-of-the-art wheelchairs come next summer
Paralyzed Veterans of America vice president Joe Fox nabbed himself a shooting title
PVA racing team takes on the Alaska Challenge
Fishing sports enable an equal playing field for both able-bodied and anglers with disabilities
It seems like you need a college degree to learn how to pay for college for yourself or family member