RallyPoint, the premiere digital platform for the military community, and Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregivers (RCI), a leading nonprofit supporting the health, strength, and resilience of U.S. caregivers, announced a partnership to highlight the caregiving experience within the military community. Continue reading RallyPoint Partners with Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregivers on New Series of Essays Highlighting Powerful Stories about the Military-Connected Caregiving Experience
Glaucoma is a leading cause of blindness for veterans over 60. But blindness from glaucoma can often be prevented with early treatment. Continue reading The Leading Cause of Blindness for Veterans
By Brian Taylor, Doctor of Audiology & Senior Director of Audiology, Signia
When people think of hearing loss, many think of being unable to hear. Period. That’s understandable. A literal loss of hearing — the onset of silence — can have dramatic ramifications for a person’s life. Continue reading At the Intersection of Hearing and Mental Health
When Peter Keating took off from the starting line at the Boston Marathon, it was the realization of a dream come true. But he never imagined just how unique his 26.2-mile trek would be. Continue reading Marine Corps veteran, amputee makes history at Boston Marathon
DAV 5K is a walk, roll, run, and ride that thanks those who served and raises awareness of the issues our ill and injured veterans face every day. Continue reading Disabled Veterans of America (DAV) Walk, Roll, Run and Ride 5K — Honor America’s Veterans
By Kellie Speed
U.S. Marine William “Kyle” Carpenter wants you to know that you were worth his sacrifice.
The sacrifice the 31-year-old is referring to is the life-threatening injuries he sustained 11 years ago. Continue reading Kyle Carpenter: Worth the Sacrifice
By Natalie Rodgers
The Puppies Assisting Wounded Servicemembers for Veterans Therapy Act, adorably nicknamed the PAWS, was reintroduced as a bill earlier this year and just made its second pass through the House Continue reading PAWS for Veterans Passes House Legislation
By: Matt Saintsing
When Sarah Nutt contacted DAV (Disabled American Veterans) last May, she hoped her husband, Gary, an Air Force veteran, would be eligible for some much-needed additional compensation from the Department of Veterans Affairs. Continue reading Above and Beyond: The lives of a veteran’s family are changed after receiving assistance from DAV
According to recent statistics, there are almost 17.5 million veterans in the United States. Of these veterans, 4 million of them are suffering from a service-related injury with disability ratings ranging from 10% and above. Meanwhile Continue reading Small Business Loans & Grants for Disabled Veterans
By Kat Castagnoli, Managing Editor, DiversityComm, Inc.
More than 350 million war survivors around the globe suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, according to Continue reading 10 Activities You May Not Know That Help With PTSD