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Disability stories to be recorded in Atlanta

In the next year, Atlanta residents with disabilities may have a special chance to tell their stories to a wider audience. The needs and concerns of the disability community are generally underrepresented in national conversations, and the Disability Visibility Project is working to change that by recording the stories of everyday people living with disabilities.

Disabled workers might face difficult working conditions

At first glance, it might seem like any worker who is disabled would want his or her employer to be aware of this fact. After all, while disabled people aren't after special treatment, there are circumstances that make it necessary to have accommodations made for them so that they can do their job at the same high level as their co-workers.

Audits of VA hospitals uncover more disturbing details

The men and women who serve and have served in our nation's armed forces deserve the utmost respect and honor. These brave individuals risk life and limb to protect the U.S. and its citizens without asking for much in return. After serving in conflicts and wars and suffering debilitating physical and mental injuries, the least the federal government can do is provide veterans with free health care services.

10 to 20 percent of today's veterans suffered brain injuries

In past wars involving American armed forces, those who suffered serious injuries often died in battle. In the two most recent conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan, advances in medical treatments and technologies are credited with saving the lives of thousands of men and women who would otherwise have died as a result of injuries caused by improvised explosive devices and mortar attacks.


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