How Tiffany Smiley will Help Make VA Great Again - If President Trump Listens

Created on Monday, 13 Feb 2017 18:44:07

Every veteran who has survived catastrophic injury, such as blindness, amputation, spinal cord injury, and severe head trauma, will likely have a lifetime bond with the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), like it or not. In addition to the specialized care expertise that VA has honed over the years, which is rivaled by very few, if any, providers in the private sector, VA is the only place these veterans can also receive timely access to home modifications, adaptive drivers training, home-based care, peer mentoring, caregiver assistance, and VA claims education and assistance.

An article outlining this issue was written by Paralyzed Veterans of America Executive Director Sherman Gillums, Jr. and published in Liberty Nation on February 13, 2017:

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