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Tim Gilmer

Bully Pulpit: Specialized Rehab and TBI

Those of us with SCI know just how critical specialized rehab can be. Our fellow TBI survivors deserve the best treatment possible — sooner rather than later.

SCI Life: June 2015

SCI Life: June 2015

Steph Cox is the voice of Life with a Disabled Husband, a no-holds barred blog on her married life with Ben Cox.

Mark E. Smith

Innovations: Bold New World of Power Chairs

There is a shakeup in the power chair world, and it’s bringing life-changing technologies.

Michael Collins

Everyday Advocacy: Changing Hand Controls

A hand control installer said they would not do the work unless I gave them a certificate from my driving school showing that I am legal to drive with hand controls.

Crip Buzz: Awkwardly Awesome Disability Moments

Crip Buzz: Awkwardly Awesome Disability Moments

When Danielle Perez, a wheelchair using comedian from Los Angeles, won a treadmill on The Price is Right, Twitter practically exploded from the irony.

Eat Well, Live Well: Healthy Coconut Cooler

Eat Well, Live Well: Healthy Coconut Cooler

A spinal cord injury affects your temperature regulation, especially if you have a cervical injury, so ensuring you get enough liquids is extremely important.

Allen Rucker

Raising a Ruckus: Who Cares?

I’d make every kid in the class go through a Scared Straight program about life after disability. Instead of a day in jail, it would be a day and night in a smelly, run-down “care” facility.

Letters: June 2015

Letters: June 2015

Find a SCI-FIT type of rehab, and you will never regret the expense.

Tim Gilmer

Bully Pulpit: Hidden Barriers

In the beginning, lack of awareness was the cause of attitudinal barriers, but today it is the opposite: Attitudinal barriers now perpetuate lack of awareness.

Simon Calcavecchia

SCI Life: May 2015

“I couldn’t believe that guys with similar injuries as mine were bodybuilding. It was a life-changing moment.”

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