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Vets First Podcast S:2 E:2: Dan Standage, director of Disability in Education for the Student Veterans of America

In the opening of season two interviews of Vets First Podcast, Levi and Brandon welcome Marine Veteran Dan Standage, a student Veteran.

By |October 7th, 2021|VA Podcast Network, Vets First|0 Comments

Veterans with visual impairments benefit from 3D printing technology at VA

With VA’s Blind and Visual Impairment Rehabilitation Continuum of Care, Veterans with visual impairments are achieving independence.

By |June 30th, 2021|Health, VA Innovations|Comments Off on Veterans with visual impairments benefit from 3D printing technology at VA

Blindness from glaucoma – often prevented with early treatment

Early identification of Veterans at high risk of glaucoma allows more aggressive treatment before the damage occurs. Glaucoma damages your eye’s optic nerve. Make an appointment today.

By |January 15th, 2021|Health|Comments Off on Blindness from glaucoma – often prevented with early treatment

Impaired Vision Services extend My HealtheVet care to blind and low vision Veterans

Vision-impaired Vietnam War Veteran uses new technology to access optical devices which are available via VA’s MyHealtheVet program. JAWS program helps him read the screen and manage his health care.

By |October 18th, 2018|Health|Comments Off on Impaired Vision Services extend My HealtheVet care to blind and low vision Veterans

VA partners with the Library of Congress to promote the ‘Braille and Talking Book Program’ for Veterans

Through a national network of cooperating libraries, the program offers books in a number of formats: Braille, audio, mailed to your door or instantly downloadable.

By |April 5th, 2018|Health|Comments Off on VA partners with the Library of Congress to promote the ‘Braille and Talking Book Program’ for Veterans

Veteran’s life changed by VA’s National Disabled Veterans TEE Tournament

Army Veteran Homer Hudnall Jr. lost his right leg in a motorcycle accident. At first, he thought his life was over. But he discovered the therapeutic value of adaptive sports and he hasn’t looked back.

By |September 12th, 2017|Health|Comments Off on Veteran’s life changed by VA’s National Disabled Veterans TEE Tournament
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