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PTSD Coach Mobile App wins the ATA President's Award for Innovation

PTSD Coach Mobile App wins the ATA President's Award for Innovation

ATA 2012 Annual Award Winners Announced
The American Telemedicine Association is pleased to announce the winners of the 2012 ATA Annual Awards.  These awards recognize individuals and organizations on the forefront of healthcare technology for their significant contributions to the development of telemedicine.

Law Bridges Gap in Mental Healthcare

Law Bridges Gap in Mental Healthcare

Provision allows cross-state PTSD consultations
The recent passage of the National Defense Authorization Act in Congress will make it easier for active-duty personnel and veterans to get mental health care wherever they are, officials said.

DoD Website Connects Military Kids

DoD Website Connects Military Kids

WASHINGTON, Jan. 24, 2012 – A new Defense Department website is connecting military children -- whether it’s across town or across the world -- who are dealing with a loved one’s deployment. The website, Military Kids Connect, offers military children an online community where they can learn about deployments, recognize and share feelings, and develop coping skills.

Psychologists from the DOD’s National Center for Telehealth and Technology developed the site to build on military kids’ strength and resilience, especially as they deal with the unique stressors of military life.

Site keeps Kids Connected with Deployed Parents

Site keeps Kids Connected with Deployed Parents

Ten-year olds Jason and John Carlson stare intently at the family computer as they play an online game together. They are comparing two photos to identify the differences, but the photos are not ordinary scenes.

T2 Treatments for PTSD Get Virtual

T2 Treatments for PTSD Get Virtual

A service member puts on a headset with a screen for each eye. He’s given a joystick that’s built with low-frequency vibrations and sounds, mirroring the vehicle he drove while on the battlefield. As he navigates through the virtual combat world, his head movements are tracked with an orientation system. Pre-fabricated smells mimicking burning rubber and weapons firing are released into the air, and the service member ventures into virtual war.

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