ALBANY, N.Y. -- Organizations that help out veterans who suffer from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and other medical issues gathered at a seminar in Albany.
New York State Industries for the Disabled hosted its quarterly disabled veterans summit. A number of government agencies, non-profits, rehab organizations and other service organizations gathered to discuss how to better serve veterans.
Among the topics of discussion were things like helping veterans with medical issues and employment.
Organizers say events like this can be a big help in getting help to the people who need it.
Andy Grosso, the Vice President for Business Development at NYSID, said, "We know that the veteran population is under served, particularly the veterans with disabilities. So we feel that by getting the word out, by expanding our network of job providers and services, that we see only success in the future."
This type of seminar is held once every three months to help the organizations remain up to date on their work and other projects.