Over 100 United Spinal members and advocates will advocate for the SCI/D community. Here’s how it has evolved.
When two of the largest health systems in Virginia announced they are collaborating to build a state-of-the-art rehabilitation hospital outside Richmond, no one had a bigger smile than Sharon Drennan, the executive director of the Virginia Chapter of United Spinal Association.
The Brain Injury Association of Louisiana hosted its 10th annual conference March 10-11 in Kenner, Louisiana, for a record turnout of 220 professionals, caregivers and SCI survivors.
As a wheelchair user, Andrea has been surrounded by doubt. Now the former Ms. Wheelchair is graduating from nursing school.
You may have never heard of Rory Cooper, but if you use a wheelchair or have a disability, there is a good chance you have used or benefitted from a product or invention he has been involved with.
A gunshot changed the course of his life. Wheelchair basketball helped him get back on track. Now he's helping others do the same.
The gospel of CrossFit is spreading to people with disabilities.
The concept behind Open Style Lab sounds like a spinoff of the hit fashion reality show Project Runway except all the clients are people with disabilities.
Rolling Inspiration, a San Antonio-based non-profit, now doubles as United Spinal’s San Antonio chapter. Rolling Inspiration got its start as a simple support group at a local community center in 2010.
Marjorie Williams had grown accustomed to regular calls from her medical equipment provider to check on how many catheters she had left, so when they called she didn’t think anything of it. They informed her that the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services had forced them to slash the amount of catheters she received monthly.