May 2016 Table of Contents
The growing trend of smarter and more efficient technology for the home is allowing people with mobility issues to enjoy more convenience and comfort
Whether it's an easier method to transport a bowling ball or better approach to clean the wheels, these people have created some unique ways to get more out of their wheelchairs
A device the size of a matchstick, implanted next to the brain's motor cortex, could one day help paralyzed people move their limbs
Jacksonville, Fla., offers a great setting of sun, beaches, food, activities and more to help you relax during PVA's 70th Annual Convention this month
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Also in this issue:
PVA National President Al Kovach Jr., presented the organization’s annual testimony before congress.
A visit to the Long Beach Medical Center turns into an extended stay
Volunteering could counteract feelings of uncertainty or loss of control after spinal-cord injury
He's an unlikely lobbyist, but this Rottweiler is doing more than advocating for the rights of disabled veterans - he’s also serving as an ambassador for his breed.
Two years ago, Dan Oosterhous was wide-eyed and awestruck at the inaugural Invictus Games in London.
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) stepped on board late last year to help qualified veterans with spinal-cord injuries (SCI) obtain a powered exoskeleton that allows them to stand and walk.
We would like to respond to an article written by Jim and Barbara Twardowski (Room Service, March PN).
Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA) is happy to learn that a second exoskeleton has received U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval for clinical and personal use.
Department of Transportation (DOT) focus group attended by Paralyzed Veterans of America
This month's sports and recreation events
The month of May means schools are beginning to let out and we’re starting to see the warm, welcoming weather of summer