To all Veterans, thank you for your service. We appreciate you everyday.
We believe that soldiers should never be left behind on the battlefield or once they return home with neurologic injuries. We are committed to helping Vets return to their former abilities or help them relearn or gain compensatory skills to reengage and succeed in life. Our unique approach of civilian and military rehabilitation techniques results in successful recovery.
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10/24/2016 0 Comments
Bay Pines, FL – Dr. Jorge Villalba, Neuropsychiatrist at Bay Pines VA Healthcare System was presented an award by the Special Forces Association for his work with Service Members and Veterans who’ve sustained traumatic brain injury and other neuropsychiatric disorders. The award read, “for dedication and duty for treating individuals who bear the scars of war.”
Dr. Villalba began working at Bay Pines 4 years ago and currently runs a clinic where he treats very complex cases which involve physical, medical, neurological, and psychiatric needs.
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HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (KTHV) — Follow Nicholas Jay Olson through his day at a Toyota dealership in his hometown of Hot Springs, and you would hardly believe he has struggled with the notorious aftereffects of his time in the military.
“Headaches, lack of sleep, hypertension, a lot of things come into play,” Olson said, describing his symptoms after leaving the Navy in 2003.
He served for 5 years overseas and stateside, suffering serious head injuries along the way, but he appears all put together. That image belies a decade-long struggle.
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The National Center for PTSD has great information available to help raise PTSD Awareness!
Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can occur after you have been through a trauma. A trauma is a shocking and scary event that you see or that happens to you. During this type of event, you think that your life or others' lives are in danger. You may feel afraid or think that you have no control over what is happening. Read more here.
7/2/2015 0 Comments
When veteran Kevin Schmidt met his service dog Misty for the first time, he felt bonded to her almost immediately."When Misty came in the picture, my wife had written this letter and she had this one comment that really stuck out — she said, "The week that Kevin got Misty was the first time I saw him smile in years,'" Schmidt said. "I never thought about a service dog before I got Misty, and now I can't see what it would be like to be without her."
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As a nation, we observe and participate in various national cultural and social awareness events through mass media attention and educational curriculum. However, we have not allocated appropriate recognition of the most important presence in the world today, an entity that impacts each and every American in a significant way, the Armed Forces of the United States of America. Learn more here.
The National Military Appreciation Month website lists 10 ways to support our military and Veterans:
#1 DISPLAY THE AMERICAN FLAG ON YOUR HOME OR BUSINESS!
#2 ENGAGE MEDIA TO HIGHLIGHT MILITARY AND VETERANS EVENTS
#3 SEND A CARE PACKAGE TO A SOLDIER THROUGH USOCARES
#4 ENCOURAGE ELECTED OFFICIALS AT ALL LEVELS TO RECOGNIZE OUR MILITARY AND VETERANS
#5 VETERANS SALUTE VETERANS! IF YOU ARE ONE AND YOU SEE ONE, RENDER THE PROPER SALUTE!
#6 WHEN OFFERING MILITARY DISCOUNTS, INCLUDE ALL WHO SERVE & HAVE SERVED.
#7 LIKE US ON FACEBOOK
#8 WHEN YOU SEE A PERSON IN MILITARY UNIFORM, SHAKE THEIR HAND AND THANK THEM FOR THEIR SERVICE
#9 MAY IS ALSO AMERICAN MILITARY HISTORY MONTH. ENCOURAGE SCHOOLS TO INCLUDE MILITARY HISTORY CIRRICULUM IN MAY.
#10 HIRE A VETERAN
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