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As an advocate for art and the VA, Mr. Gura says, “The Creative Arts Festival shows the VA cares. The VA is providing more than just showing up for a medical appointment, they are providing a creative outlet.”
When your heart fails, and you are only given 12 more years to live. What do you do? Standing taller than ever 30 years later, Harrison Greene, Air Force Veteran, trashed his cigarettes and took on meditation
“My grandson told me I could not go to the beach with him because I walk funny. That cut close to the bone, that hurt.” It was in that moment that Sharyle no longer allowed her weight to make decisions for her.
When sitting in a hospital bed, the last thing any patient wants to feel is stuck. To bring some color and distraction from treatment, Veterans can now choose on how they spend their stay at the Medical Center.
No matter the way, driving a car or riding a bicycle, Joshua Johnson commits to serving Veterans.
Joshua is a familiar face at the Orlando VA Medical Center with 700+ hours volunteering as a Red Coat Ambassador.