United Spinal Association and its Spinal Network affiliates work to bring the best peer support to people living with spinal cord injuries and disorders.
Support groups offer peer-to-peer support for newly injured individuals with a spinal cord injury or for those who have struggled for years with issues.
Marcela Turnage and Kimberly Wooden formed an amazing friendship thanks to United Spinal Association’s Peer Mentor program.
Through the Spinal Network grant, Individual Abilities in Motion in Northeast Pennsylvania introduced wheelchair dancing to its members.
United Spinal Association Peer Mentors offer peer-to-peer support across the nation for people with a spinal cord injury or disorder.
United Spinal Association’s Lindsey Elliott and Bill Fertig present at the 2015 International Spinal Cord Society and American Spinal Injury Association Joint Scientific Meeting.