In the Stacks – Research on Veterans with Disabilities in the NARIC Collection

According to the Department of Veterans Affairs, almost 5 million veterans are living with a service-connected disability, that is a disability that resulted from disease or injury incurred or aggravated during active service. Another 9 million are over 65 and may have age-related disabilities. These Vets and their families may be at higher risk of unemployment, housing insecurity, and poor health than their peers without disabilities. Research supporting veterans and their families runs across the spectrum, including intervention and rehabilitation after injury, supporting employment and community participation, and caregiving. We took a virtual walk through the stacks and explored articles, reports, and other publications from the NIDILRR community and elsewhere indexed in the NARIC collection.

Each of these links goes to search results in the REHABDATA database, which catalogs and indexes every item in the NARIC collection. This collection includes journal articles, conference proceedings, annual and final reports, guides, factsheets, and multimedia items. The collection spans more than 70 years of research and development activities.

Research from the NIDILRR Community

Publications and products from NIDILRR-funded projects includes research and development focusing on traumatic brain injury, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), limb loss and prosthetics, wheelchair development, wheelchair skills, housing, and more. Explore all 265+ abstracts or browse through 125+ downloadable publications.

Expand or Narrow Your Search

These links explore research on veterans with disabilities from both the NIDILRR community and the broader disability and rehabilitation research community. The collection includes more than 1,500 abstracts published in English and other languages. These links break down the results into different topics:

Items indexed in the REHABDATA database may be available through our document delivery service. Learn more about how to request documents from the NARIC collection.

For support resources for Veterans and their families, please visit our disability resources page for Military and Veteran Resources or contact our information specialists to be connected to resources in your community.

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