From a hospital lobby to a full blown convention center, United Spinal's Greater Kansas City Chapter continues to grow its Midwest Ability Summit.
Over 150 wheelchair users, clinicians, partners and disability advocates from 33 states, plus Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia, gathered in Washington, D.C. on June 26-29 for our 5th Annual Roll on Capitol Hill to discuss improving disability policies with key congressional leaders. Roll on Capitol Hill is United [...]
Shouts of congratulations could be heard along the entire race route from runners and spectators alike as Marka Danielle Rodgers and Adam Gorlitsky walked in the 10k/6.2 mile Cooper River Bridge Run.
The first two steps for almost any successful chapter are to develop and fully embrace a mission and then to figure out how to serve that mission. The Hudson Valley Chapter of United Spinal devised a great mission.
United Spinal Association is joining with National Stroke Association and three other advocacy groups to raise awareness about spasticity and help people living with spasticity to resume normal daily activities.
Roll on Capitol Hill to Raise Awareness of Critical Issues Impacting the SCI/D and Veteran Communities
United Spinal Association and over 100 disability advocates from its national chapter network will gather in Washington, D.C. for the 5th Annual Roll on Capitol Hill to highlight health, independence, community, and quality of life issues vital to people with spinal cord injury/disease (SCI/D).
The New Hampshire chapter of United Spinal collaborates closely with Wheelchair Health in Motion, a unique blend of peer support groups and exercise that is quickly spreading throughout New Hampshire.
When Gina Schuh couldn't get her broken wheelchair fixed, she wrote about it. And possibly set off a revolution. Here's how you can be part of it.