March 2017 Table of Contents


Marvelous Munich

From museums and shopping to beer and festivals, Munich is a beautiful fun and accessible Barbarian city with something for everyone

Packing Picks

Whether they assist with accessibility or add convenience, including these items in your luggage will help be a happier traveler

Cruise In Accessible Comfort

A Rhode Island company is helping veterans with disabilities experience the freedom of the open seas on a custom-built, accessible sport fishing boat.

Storming The Hill

This month's annual PVA advocacy and legislative seminar is working to bring a veteran-centric agenda to the 115th Congress.

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PVA From the Top

A segment aired by 60 Minutes in December 2016 focused on lawsuits filed under the ADA that painted an unfair picture of a civil rights law that affects PVA members and the entire disability community.

Reasons & Remarks Redivivus - A Big Job Ahead

Choosing the right person to lead Department of Veterans Affairs was of concern to our leadership with several issues of significance to Paralyzed Veterans of America

Just for Women - The Positive Woman

The addition of a disability such as spinal-cord injury can intensify the self-worth questions women ask themselves

People - Fishing Fanatic

Hank Ebert, Minnesota native and Paralyzed Veterans of America member, was hooked on fishing from the early age of 5

Innovations - Unstoppable Luggage

If you're a wheelchair user, travel troubles are

Veteran Advisor - Prosthetics and Sensory Aids

PVA can help eligible veterans obtain equipment such as a new wheel chair or other special aids

And Finally - Just Plain America

The hyphenation of many Americans and thoughts on military hyphens, dissolving a chip, and what boxes to check during the census

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