This year the Roll on Capitol Hill will be different for United Spinal Association, as we are facing both new challenges and new opportunities.
Friends & Spinal Cord Injury is an important combination that sometimes may fall by the wayside after discharge from rehab.
Disability Etiquette is not about disability. It's about recognizing the person and interacting with that person in an appropriate way.
United Spinal Calls for Affordable Care Act Replacement Plan that Protects Americans with Disabilities
United Spinal’s president and CEO James Weisman sent a letter to President Trump requesting that he ensures a replacement plan for the Affordable Care Act.
With a new Presidential Administration coming on board, we face both new challenges and opportunities on a whole range of public policy issues.
United Spinal participated in a briefing on the National Institutes of Health’s new rehabilitation research plan now being implemented across the agency.
United Spinal Rochester Chapter, the Rochester Spinal Association, twenty five years of service to people with spinal cord injury and the community.
This year marks our 70th Anniversary. What began in 1946 as a small, determined group of World War II veterans has turned into a national organization.
Dawn Ziegler, a member of the Madison Wisconsin Chapter, grew up on a small farm outside of Waunakee, Wisconsin, and was paralyzed in a car accident when she was 16, resulting in a C5/6 spinal cord injury. “One of the most frustrating things was not knowing what to do with [...]
United Spinal Association is joining with National Stroke Association and other advocacy groups to raise awareness about spasticity.