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Communication is fluid: the situation, information, and people shape how we deliver a message. For Veterans in gender transition finding their voice can be enhanced with specially trained speech-language pathologists `
Jackie Williams is an Army Veteran, pastor, and six-time champion musician at the National Veteran Creative Arts Festival. After surviving a coma and fighting COVID-19, he returned to the festival stage in 2022
After a a total laryngectomy to save his life, cancer survivor Arthur Daniels tells the struggle and triumph over throat cancer, how he lost and regained his voice, and now gives back to other Veterans
Army Veteran Mary Torczon nearly lost her life when a car bomb in Mosul killed her best friends and left her with a TBI – then things worse. But now Mary is thriving thanks to the VA and our community partners!
A self-described maverick, Dr. Richard Wilson has always pushed boundaries. When he joined VA in 1972, he was told "research was not part of the responsibility' of the audiology team. That policy didn't last long.
During WW II, corrective physical reconditioning units were established to accelerate the return of troops to active duty following injury, As a result corrective therapists became a part of the rehabilitation effort...
Out on the water with the wind in your hair, it’s hard to feel anything but exhilarated. That’s what's behind an annual event "Heroes on the Hudson" in which disabled Veterans spend the day on the Hudson River.