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Journal EntryTelling kids about their parent’s injury
Talking with your children about their other parent’s injury can be hard because there’s no good way to share bad news. Find out what helps ease the conversation.
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Journal Entry RealAudio documentParalympic Military Program
Athletes are gearing up for the Rio Paralympics in September. Feeling inspired? Learn how the Paralympic Military Program is one gateway to Paralympic sport opportunities.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programLet the 2014 Warrior Games begin!
The Warrior Games are about to start. Here’s some information about this year’s events!
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Journal Entry Octet StreamHealing through scuba
Scuba diving is being used to help wounded warriors get back in the swim of things and on with life.
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Journal EntryExercise for the wounded warrior—mind and body
The physical benefits of exercise abound, but there are also psychological benefits associated with physical activity.
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Journal EntryAssistive technology for total fitness
Returning injured service members to their highest level of function sometimes requires the use of “assistive technology.” Read about the many options available to today’s Warfighters.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programNational Veterans Wheelchair Games
April 15th is the registration deadline for the National Veterans Wheelchair games. The event is open to veterans who need a wheelchair to participate in sporting events.
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Journal EntryWarrior Games 2015
The 2015 Warrior Games will be starting soon, and they have a new venue!
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Journal EntryNot your grandma’s wheelchair
The National Veterans Wheelchair Games (NVWG) will be held from June 27–July 2, 2016. Learn more about the games and how you can get involved.
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