June 2017 Table of Contents
Artemis Joukowsky III and No Limits Media are using film to change the world's perception of people with disabilities.
Through the air and on the ground, the PVA Cal-Diego Chapter radio control club provides injured veterans with flying fun and a driving distraction.
Researchers, clinicians and wheelchair users gather to listen, discuss and learn about maintaining a healthy backside at the 33rd International Seating Symposium.
I never could have imagined the heroes I’ve met and new friends I’ve made.
No editorial has been as difficult and emotional to write as this one.
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The ability to remain home, with one’s spouse and children, among friends and in a community, is critical to a veteran’s well-being.
While anyone with SCI/D is at a high risk of developing pressure sores, women with SCI/D have additional risk factors of which they should be aware.
While the vast majority of people in this country have heard these terms, most are unaware of what they are exactly and why they are important
GoodLife Mobility founder Dainuri Rott and his team have built joystick-controlled motor add-ons, dubbed Indigo Drive, and a water mobility device called One Disk.
While the Choice Program has its limitations and is a temporary solution, veterans should know several concepts in order to effectively use the program.
Where did you get that wheelchair? How did you get a caregiver? How did you afford that equipment? My answer is always the same: “The VA [Department of Veterans Affairs] helps me.”