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VA announced that the Director of the Behavioral Science Division of the National Center for PTSD at VA Boston, Terence M. Keane, Ph.D. is the new president of the American Psychological Foundation (APF).
"There is a learning curve, but being disabled doesn't mean much once you know what you can do," said Paul Nyerick, a U.S. Marine Corps Veteran of Vietnam from Granby, Conn., who has multiple sclerosis.
Veterans at the Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) Unit are challenging what it means to be living with a spinal cord injury. One look at their list of activities may leave you wondering how these Veterans could be injured at all.
Welcome Home Events began across the VA earlier this year, and due to the overwhelmingly positive response, more events are taking place at many local VAs with the goal of touching as many Vietnam Veterans as possible.
Many Veterans come to Providence VA after military service, but some come while still in uniform. Often they come for medical board evaluations or care relating to a service-connected injury, but some come for training.