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Hosting Community Events for Veterans and Planning for Invisible Disabilities

Published:February 27, 2021DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apmr.2020.12.026
      To support veterans and their families, organizations sponsor events for a wide range of purposes. Communities may want to raise awareness or funds, celebrate history,
      Library of Congress
      Community events and other ways to gather Veterans’ narratives. Veterans history project.
      or share information about health care, financial assistance, or special programs. For example, a web search of .org websites using the terms “community events” and “veterans” yielded well over 2 million results, showing how common these events are. Community events can also help veterans and their families with community reintegration
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      • Gabbay F.
      • Fullerton C.
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