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Special Preview— Introducing Our New 10-Part Video Series
Voices of Experience - Living With Spinal Cord Injuries

Nobody knows what you’re going through like someone who’s already been there. They know…they’ve lived it.

Aug 15, 2019
Utilizing the Power of Sport to Change Perception of Disability

Nearly a decade ago I became a member of the disability community, a community that at the time I knew nothing about.

Nov 27, 2017
For those adapting to disabilities, sports put focus on what’s possible rather than what isn’t

Adaptive sports are more than just games. They play an essential role in the lives of many people with disabilities.

Sep 18, 2017
A Story of Triumph After Setback

Angela, who was recently interviewed for our website, rediscovered a sense of herself she feared was lost after her injury.

May 6, 2016
Video looks at College Life After SCI

A new video featuring the stories of college students with spinal cord injuries who are attending college.

Dec 1, 2015
Go in Feet First — Don’t Dive

“Diving is simply not worth the risk.” It is the fourth leading cause of spinal cord injury for men and the fifth for women

Jul 2, 2015
Pictures of People With Disabilities

Positive images of people enjoying all aspects of life while sitting in their wheelchairs have historically been hard to find. But no longer.

Dec 8, 2014
What Recovery Means to a Former Olympic Swimmer

Gold medalist Amy Van Dyken-Rouen talks about her road to recovery after a spinal cord injury.

Sep 29, 2014
WHAT ARE THE CAUSES OF SPINAL CORD INJURY?

The major causes of spinal cord injuries in the U.S. remain relatively unchanged, according to a 2013 factsheet.

Apr 26, 2013
2012 Paralympics Draws a Crowd

The 2012 Paralympics in London drew the largest crowds ever recorded for Paralympic events.

Sep 7, 2012
Mother and Daughter: How a Devastating Accident Changed their Relationship…for the Better

Arielle was injured at the age of ten, so I have to dig deep to think about how our relationship has changed. She's eighteen now.

May 1, 2012
Wheelchair Dance
Let’s Dance!

Adaptive wheelchair dancing hit the American scene in 1972, and has been an important social and creative outlet for people with all levels of ability

Nov 18, 2011
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