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WASHINGTON -- Today Paralyzed Veterans of America (Paralyzed Veterans) National President Bill Lawson urged Congressional leaders to protect Department of Veterans Affairs' health care from politics and to provide sufficient and timely funding for VA programs.
Paralyzed Veterans of America was founded by a group of seriously injured American heroes from World War II.
Thank you Agility DGS and VA for your partnership in this very exciting project to help empower our paralyzed veterans.
Some Paralympic competitors are visually impifired, some have lost arm or legs, and others, like Davis, are paralyzed.
There is no nerve in the ear that would make you paralyzed.
The vocal fold and arytenoid are immobile on the paralyzed side, resulting in vibration asymmetry and a glottal gap on phonation.
Paralyzed from the chest down since then, he gets around in a wheelchair, assisted by Maureen Laffey, who oversaw his yearlong recovery at New York's Rusk Institute.
The device takes over the nerves' job and stimulates paralyzed hand muscles to contract.
Plenty of birdies, bogies, pars and maybe even a few mulligans in June helped raise more than $450,000 for a key Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA) program that helps veterans get back to work.
After the founder of Argo Medical Technologies was paralyzed in a car accident in 1997, the company developed ReWalk, a robotic exoskeleton with which a paralyzed person can walk again.
A heroic Georgia man was paralyzed after he dove into a creek to save a drowning four-year-old girl.