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The WVUCED leads efforts to provide better services to West Virginians with disabilities through training, research and services.

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Art can heal PTSD's invisible wounds

Trauma silences its victims, says creative arts therapist Melissa Walker, but art can help those suffering from the psychological wounds of war begin to open up and heal. In this inspiring talk, Walker describes how mask-making, in particular, allows afflicted servicemen and women reveal what haunts them -- and, finally, start to let it go.

Disability Facts

Adults with Disabilities in West Virginia are more likely to:

  • • smoke (21.9%)
  • • be obese (43.3%)

In the United States, 12.6% of adults have some type of disability.

In West Virginia, 19.4% of adults have some type of disability.

DD Network Links

  • West Virginia Developmental Disabilities Council
  • Disability Rights WV
  • AUCD

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CED North

959 Hartman Run Road
Morgantown, WV 26505
Phone: 304-293-4692
(888) 829-9426
TTY: (800) 518-1448
cedcontact@hsc.wvu.edu

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CED South

4510 Pennsylvania Avenue Suite B.
Big Chimney, WV 25302
Phone: 304-720-3200

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