Vocational rehabilitation specialists who work for Paralyzed Veterans of America would like to work for you! Each month, we’ll post some information for you that you may find useful. Click on the article below to get it in MS Word format. New!Social Security Disability “Ticket to Work” Plan Four resources… Read More »Want to go back to work?
SecretaryResidence: Hollidaysburg, Blair County, Pennsylvania I joined the Air Force at age 18. After basic training I was stationed at Edwards Air Force Base, where I served as an aircraft machinist starting in 1983. In 1986 I was involved in an automobile accident that broke my neck, resulting in my… Read More »William D. Lightner
Member, Board of Directors Site Leader: Hospital Liaison, and VAVS Representative (VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System) I am 73 years old and married to Agnes Strang, the Volunteer Coordinator of Keystone PVA. We have two children, Loren and Tom; both married. They have blessed us with seven beautiful grandchildren – one… Read More »Tom Strang
THE BENEFITS BOX A service of PVA’s National Service Officers This Benefits Box has been provided by PVA Health and Benefits Specialist II Charles Tocci, based in PVA’s Syracuse, N.Y. Regional Office. The ReWalk Exoskeleton System As we all fight with technology on a daily basis, the company ReWalk Robotics… Read More »The Benefits Box
Keystone PVA performs services and conducts events for its members and other veterans. While we make the most of every dollar we receive, we still need some dollars to serve these vets. We’ve prepared a list of some of our projects and a synopsis of each, plus an estimate of… Read More »Projects That Need Your Support
The Keystone Paralyzed Veterans of America is one of 33 chartered chapters of the Paralyzed Veterans of America in the United States. The chapter was founded in 1960. People are usually surprised to know that the U. S. government and the Department of Veterans Affairs do not provide for all… Read More »Welcome to the Keystone Paralyzed Veterans of America
In the Pittsburgh region, you may donate household goods to benefit the services of the Keystone Paralyzed Veterans of America. American Thrift Center will accept your donations at its store, will pick up your larger items, or you can visit its retail store. American Thrift Center is located at 1806… Read More »DONATIONS of HOUSEHOLD GOODS
Get your annual Social Security statement online Your annual Social Security statement can be obtained online by going to www.socialsecurity.gov/mystatement. It requires setting up an account, but you can get your most recent copy and it saves trees and postage. Keystone PVA thanks our friend Regis Bodnar at the Pittsburgh… Read More »News