The following post was originally featured on the VA’s VAntage Point blog. By Alex Horton
Rumor mills are permanent fixtures in schools, offices and wherever people congregate, and most of the time they’re pretty innocuous. But myths and rumors that deal with health–in this case Veterans health–are a serious matter that can prevent qualified Vets [...]
If you travel with a disability, handicap, physical limitation, mobility limitation, or developmental disability, have special needs, or use an electric wheelchair or handicap scooter, it’s a good idea to learn as much as you can to make disabled travel easier.
Or if you’re a mature traveler or senior who is a slow walker or [...]
Jasmine Bethea may have been born with a disability, one where she was told she would not even be able to learn, but that did not stop her from graduating this week. She has proven her doctors and everyone else wrong, not only graduating – but doing so with honors. Jasmine’s doctors had told her [...]