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One hundred days ago 19 Veterans made a pact to hang tough and move as a unit when the VA transitioned them from the Chelsea Soldiers Home Adult Healthcare Program to the Don Orione Home six miles away.
It all starts with a simple question: What matters most to you? That’s the first step in a new model of whole health care, designed to help Veterans achieve and maintain their best all-around health and well-being.
Modernization is often a term used in association with new beginnings, innovative technology and streamlining processes. Now it’s a term VA Boston Healthcare System is embracing to describe advancements...
Dr. Ann McKee is an unlikely warrior against football. The 64-year-old was raised as a devoted Green Bay Packers fan. Her older brother Chuck was the star quarterback for both the public high school and private college.
The flag had only 24 stars, which was our nation’s symbol of freedom from approximately 1822 to 1836 before Arkansas was admitted to the union. The flag’s historic significance did not stop at its age.
A retired judge and WWII Veteran celebrates his 105th birthday at VA Boston's Community Living Center. Judge Leighton was surrounded by staff, family and admirers as he reflected on the past 105 years.
Thanks to innovative research at the Baltimore VA, older Veterans are making strides — literally — in their ability to move about, stay balanced, prevent falls and get up from a fall if they do have one.