Marks 100 years of health care for women through Affairs

Marks 100 years of health care for women through Affairs
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Today is the 100 year anniversary of  Health Care for Women in the VA. On  September 14 1923 the national home for  disabled volunteer soldiers started. One veteran who served in the 60s spoke about how women marks were treated when she served at that time. Highlighting that women were not allowed to go into the military unless they could receive care through veterans affairs.Had parents signature  well that really bummed me out  the VA is working to send. The message that no matter the circumstance no women  get left behind.   

Occasion

Today marks a momentous occasion, as we commemorate the 100-year anniversary of Health Care for Women. In the VA. On September 14 1923 the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers took a significant. step by allowing women veterans to receive care through Veterans Affairs. Reflecting historical context, one veteran who served in the 60s shared her perspective on the challenges women faced during that era.

Opportunities

During her time in service, women encountered barriers that seem almost unimaginable today. It was a time. when women were not allowed to join the military unless they had a parent’s signature. Such restrictions had a profound impact marks. On the aspirations and opportunities for women in the armed forces. The veteran recalls, Well that really bummed me out. “opportunities are available in women health programmed not enough. The settlement is being for the women are more but not 


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