September is National Emergency Preparedness Month. Do you have a plan in place to evacuate a multi-story building if the elevator goes out?
Loyola Hand Surgeon reports that surgery for hand function is underused
he U.S. Department of Justice has launched a new Accessible Technology section for ada.gov
Severe paralysis reversed using brain-machine interface training By Ben Gruber – Reuters Paraplegic patients recovered partial control and feeling in their limbs after training to use a variety of brain-machine interface technologies, according to new research published on Thursday in the journal “Scientific Reports.” The researchers followed eight patients paralyzed by spinal cord injuries as they […]
A new VA initiative is focused on women veterans Women veterans can benefit from a new partnership between the Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) Center for Women Veterans and leanin.org, a nonprofit organization founded by Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg. The VA initiative, called the leanin.org Women Veterans’ chapter, is intended to empower women […]
A new program in New Zealand is trying to ensure better services and care for people with spinal-cord injury and disease (SCI/D)
Will Groulx is going to Rio
Mobile center offers free counseling services to veterans in need
Remote veterans can now have access to Mental Health Clinical Resource Centers through telehealth.