Throughout the year and on Veterans Day - November 11, honor and support all who served and military families.
According to the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), almost 5 million Veterans live with a service-connected disability and another 9 million are aged 65 years or older. Explore resources, including webinars, guides, factsheets, and other publications on employment, education, the rights of veterans with and without disabilities, research and related topics for veterans and military families.
Publications & Fact Sheets from ADA National Network
Resources from Southeast ADA Center
Education & Employment
Events, National Ceremony, Regional Sites
For Teachers & Students - Veterans Day
Southeast ADA Center
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