2012 DAV Freedom Award Recipient - Every year, one participant is chosen for the Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Freedom Award for Outstanding Courage and Achievement. This honor is given to a veteran whose participation at the National Disabled Veterans Winter Sports Clinic embodies the rehabilitative value and spirit of the event. (04/06/2012)
Perspectives on Sports Therapy - By Kevin Beus, Navy Veteran and first-time National Disabled Veterans Winter Sports Clinic participant, and Emily Potter, Recreation Therapist. (3/29/2012)
Journey to Paralympics - While serving in a support role assisting U.S. Navy Seals in Afghanistan in 2004, Navy Veteran Chris Clemons life would change forever. (3/28/2012)
Finding a New Way to Fly - In April 2006, while traveling to Iraq on an Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) mission, the plane Lt. Col Ted Moorman was traveling on crashed and the next thing he knew he was being airlifted to a trauma center in Delaware. With life threatening injuries, much like Humpty Dumpty, he was put back together again and then airlifted to Milwaukee so that he could begin his recovery closer to home. (2/29/2012)
#NDVWSC... What is it? - There’s a new way to keep in touch with information about the National Disabled Veterans Winter Sports Clinic and it’s called a hashtag. It allows you to post your own photos, videos, stories and experiences about the Winter Sports Clinic on Twitter! (2/13/2012)
Journey to the Mountain - Navy Veteran Cory See's journey to the Winter Sports Clinic, and back to a sport that he’s loved his whole life.
Ties That Bind - Check out the guest post from military mom's Rosie Babin and Cheryl Lynch on VA's blog VAntage Point.
2011 DAV Freedom Award Recipient - Mark Brogan is an Army Veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom who knows what it’s like to be on the brink of death and fight back to recovery. He also knows first-hand that the National Disabled Veterans Winter Sports Clinic can change your life.