• Paralyzed Veterans of America honors Spokane VA

    Local PVA Executive Director and Veteran Brent King honored the Spokane VA with a special, personal tribute: “Stood tall even when exhausted.”

  • Borne the Battle #242: Navy SEAL Veteran Al Kovach, Paralympian and Former President of PVA

    When Navy Veteran Al Kovach woke up after spinal surgery, he asked the nurse if he was still alive. She answered affirmatively, and he immediately began to plan for his future as a paralyzed Veteran. He became a Paralympian, 2X winner of the LA Marathon and is a former President of Paralyzed Veterans of America.

  • The Mother Teresa of recreation therapy has retired

    Joyce Casey, a Spinal Cord Injury recreation therapist, has saved and changed the lives of thousands of paralyzed Veterans.

  • Free Wheels of Courage live webinar to discuss wheelchair sports

    Join Paralyzed Veterans of America for a live webinar with author David Davis to discuss his book "Wheels of Courage" on February 4, 2021 at 1pm.

  • Virtual Employment Services for Veterans, Caregivers and Military Spouses from PVA

    PAVE provides free employment support and vocational counseling assistance to ALL Veterans, transitioning service members, spouses, and caregivers.

  • Army Vet proves doctor wrong, says wheelchair sports made her better and stronger

    Doctors said she'd be paralyzed from the neck down. Twila Adams proved them all wrong and said wheelchair sports changed her life.

  • Team relay makeover tests participants at Wheelchair Games

    From shot put grenades to laser tag shooting, new event will test athletes brute strength and military intel at the Wheelchair Games.

  • Watch the 2018 National Veterans Wheelchair Games streaming live from Orlando, Florida

    The National Veterans Wheelchair Games is co-presented by VA and Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA).  The games serve Veterans with spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis, amputations and other central neurological impairments with the goal to increase their independence, healthy activity and quality of life through wheelchair sports and recreation.

  • VA apprenticeship program to train, employ Veterans to assist other Veterans in properly filing for VA benefits

    Paralyzed Veterans will provide a 36-month on-the-job training program to qualified Veterans who are selected for the apprenticeship program.

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