By: Stephanie Lollino This month, we want to spotlight the remarkable success of our new private Facebook support group called, You Are Not Alone R
New Chicago Hospital Invests $600 Million into Bringing Discoveries to Patients Sooner
The Shirley Ryan AbilityLab, the new home of the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago is now open. The state-of the-art facility is a rehabilitation ho
BLOG – 5 Things I Wish I Had Known
It begins with an accident, an injury, and someone to blame. I fell asleep at the wheel, causing my youngest child's C6-7 spinal cord injury.
Keeping and Strengthening Friendships Post-Injury
A spinal cord injury can change friendships — in some cases making them stronger, and in other cases, causing them to end abruptly.
Parents on Call – a reprint in honor of Father’s Day
A thoughtful, provocative and honest reflection on his father by Jeff Shannon, a veteran writer and frequent contributor to FacingDisability.com
New Challenge to Guinness World Record
"Come Roll With Us" smashes world record for the largest moving wheelchair line
From Manual to Motorized: When It’s Time to Change Wheelchairs
Jeff Shannon's thoughtful commentary on his struggle with the motorized vs. manual wheelchair issue.
Did You REALLY Get Enough Rehab?
Jeff Shannon, disability rights writer and FacingDisability.com contributor, argues that the lack of rehab amounts to "criminal neglect."
The Spinal Cord Injury Workshop
One of the world’s most prominent spinal cord research workshops on stem cell research announces its program.
The Injury Co-Op: Smoothing Bumps on Road to Recovery
On June 17, 2000 Dana Guest’s life was forever changed when she was involved in a car accident and sustained a traumatic spinal cord injury.
The SCI Sisterhood
We are excited to share a guest blog post, written by a member of the Well Spouse™ Association spinal cord injury community. Like FacingDisability