User testing of mobile apps designed to help Servicemembers and Veterans deal with PTSD, depression, traumatic brain injury, insomnia and other issues can be surprisingly effective.
US Air Force Veteran Frank Royal was able to say good-bye to the recently restored P-38, which he piloted in WWII. Royal, 101, is in hospice care.
An innovative course helps Veterans with PTSD. The metaphoric healing program uses horses too help Veterans regain trust in others.
The La Posada Hats and Wraps group knits one, purls two for troops and Veterans. They knit hats for soldiers and afghans and hats for Veterans at the Tuscan's VA Medical Center.
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Last updated October 27, 2016