PN Online makes its official debut
PN Magazine is proud to announce the launch of our newly designed website.
PN Online (PNO) brings the longevity of a magazine you’ve come to know, and the resources you’ve come to depend on, to your fingertips with a fresh new look and additional features not found on the former site or in the monthly publication.
With PNO, you’re able to stay current with important news and information all tailored for better wheelchair living. News doesn’t wait for a fresh issue, which is why we’re continually updating our site. Each week we’ll inform you about important issues from new products to the latest in mobility and spinal cord related legislation that impacts your life.
What You’ll Find
Read about people making a difference in their world in our “People of PN” section that highlights individual achievement, outstanding community service, or powerful human-interest pieces.
The PNO exclusives module is packed with story tidbits, information on exciting events and organizations, and helpful features and how-to’s specifically published for our online audience.
Are you in a hurry? Our new crawling ticker will inform you in an instant and provide you a window to a host of other useful information and resources.
We think you’ll want to stick around however once you see the bright, bold pages and crisp photos in our expanded photo gallery now featured in select articles.
Use our language tool and read PNO in the language of your choice. Each page offers a font adjustability option to help our visually challenged readers make the text leap off the page.
We’ve worked extensively to bring you a PN that’s ready to take you into the future, so we invite you to visit today and prepare yourself for better wheelchair living.
PN is now in its 67th year of publication. An official branch of the Paralyzed Veterans of America, it is dedicated to the presentation of all news concerning spinal cord injured / disabled civilians and veterans and wheelchair living.
PN is an American spinal-cord injury and mobility lifestyle and resource magazine published monthly by the Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA). Each issue includes information on a variety of topics such as spinal-cord injury research, new product reviews, legislation and advocacy information, accessible travel destinations, computer and new technology innovations, car/van adaptations, news for veterans, housing, employment, health care, and other issues for wheelchair users and caregivers around the world.