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“I became a nurse to help people and absolutely love being a nurse; I would do it for anyone,” said Shari Kjos, LPN, after the Rochester VA Community Clinic nurse helped a woman suffering a seizure roadside.
You don’t need to have special training to support the Veterans in your life, and we can all do something to help a Veteran who is going through a difficult time. Even seemingly small actions can have a huge impact.
Fisher House staff felt they needed something else to occupy younger guests. Creating this outdoor treasure hunt of mystical creatures provided outdoor activities for all ages. The only limitation is one’s imagination.
A VA nurse encouraged him to look at the Medical Foster Home Program. "I didn’t want to give up my independence," Miguel said, "I had my own place, but I wasn’t independent anymore. I couldn’t take care of myself."