Blinded Veterans Members Attend Golf Event Honors Memory Maj. Charles R Soltes Jr. O.D. Press Information Contact: Tom Zampieri  Blinded Veterans Association, (301) 204-3291 Cell,    [email protected] Veterans Members Attend Golf Event Honors Memory Maj. Charles R Soltes Jr. O.D.(IRVINE, CALIF. September 30, 2019) — Three blinded American veterans will share rehabilitation experiences that tell the story of their personal adjustment to blindness at the Major Charles R. Soltes, Jr. O.D. 15th Memorial Charitable Golf event
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iOS 13 and Bluetooth Permissions Greetings Everyone,For those that updated your iOS devices to iOS 13, you may notice apps requesting permission to use Bluetooth. Understand that this is a privacy feature Apple instituted for apps that may use Bluetooth to connect to items like beacons or other devices.Here are a few simple things to consider when decided to accept or deny for an app to connect to Bluetooth:Not allowing an app to connect to
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2019 Blinded Appalachian Trail in North Carolina “In Honor of Chief Joe Parker” BVA and BVUK Members and their guides standing in front of the Chattahoochee National Forest sign and billboard during the 2018 Blind Appalachian Trail event. Three members of the Blinded Veterans Association, along with their guides, will walk the 96-mile portion of the Appalachian Trail in North Carolina.Beginning on the 24th of September at Blue Ridge Gap in Northern Georgia, theses veterans
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How Visually Impaired Veterans Can Access a Range of Services at the VA If you’re a visually-impaired veteran, you face unique challenges. As with other disabled veterans, though, you have at your disposal potential benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs. How you qualify and the available benefits will depend on the causes of your blindness.Blindness Due to Combat or Other ServiceYou may qualify for VA disability benefits, such as tax-free monthly payments, if your
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Scholarships, Grants and Financial Assistance Exclusively for US Veterans Many active-duty service members and veterans have access to the GI Bill to help pay for college. Although it is an excellent program to help pay for some college expenses, it often does not cover the entire cost of college. The good news is many scholarships for veterans are available to help pay some of the additional expenses.Scholarships for VeteransVeterans and their families have an array
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Convincing Arguments for Hiring a Lawyer to Pursue Military and VA Benefits The old adage of the military taking care of its own rings true for many circumstances. However, winning benefits that you are rightfully entitled to as an active military member or veteran can be more challenging than you think.The division of the military that oversees the disbursement of aid, like services for the blind, tightly regulates the money that is put into these
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