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Disability Products & Services In Oregon

Listed are disability products and services in Oregon that can improve the quality of life and personal independence of persons living with a spinal cord injury or paralysis. Click through to view the details of any listing and to find contact information.

Accessible Travel Americas – Escorted Tours For Small Groups

Visit Website Contact Accessible Travel Americas, is a tour operator with offices in Chile and Oregon, USA. We specialize in escorted tours for small groups. Our tours emphasize a deep knowledge and understanding of the communities, culture, natural environment and sustainability of our destinations [...]

Magic Wheelchair – Transforming Kids Wheelchairs Into Awesomeness

Magic Wheelchair gives kids in wheelchairs an unforgettable experience by creating custom costumes for them at no expense to their families.

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Oregon Spinal Cord Injury Connection – A United Spinal Association Chapter

The Oregon Spinal Cord Injury Connection vision is to build a vibrant community-based support network in which people living with SCI/D can thrive… and we are!

Association of Oregon Centers for Independent Living

The Association of Oregon Centers for Independent Living (AOCIL) is an Oregon statewide association representing a network of 7 accredited Centers for Independent Living (CILs).

Disability Rights Oregon

Disability Rights Oregon upholds the civil rights of people with disabilities to live, work, and engage in the community. The nonprofit works to transform systems, policies, and practices to give more people the opportunity to reach their full potential.

Legacy Rehabilitation Institute of Oregon

Legacy Rehabilitation Institute of Oregon offers services to adults who are recovering from stroke, multiple sclerosis, acquired brain injury, amputation, spinal cord injury, multiple trauma and burns.

Spinal Cord Injury

Spinal cord injury can result in paralysis of the muscles used for breathing; paralysis and/or loss of feeling in all or some of the trunk, arms, and legs; weakness; numbness; loss of bowel and bladder control; and numerous secondary conditions including respiratory problems, pressure sores, and sometimes fatal spikes in blood pressure. Approximately 12,000 new spinal cord injuries occur in the U.S. each year. A majority of injuries occur from motor vehicle accidents, falls, work-related accidents, sports injuries, and penetrations such as stab or gunshot wounds.

Our Membership Community

Our membership community provides a lifeline for many individuals that are focused on regaining their independence and improving their quality of life––whether they are leaving rehab after sustaining a spinal cord injury, learning to live with symptoms of a spinal cord disorder, or have spent years of frustration coping with disability. We provide members guidance and resources on a variety of topics they are passionate about, such as employment, affordable housing, transportation, health care, home- and community-based independent living, education, peer support, and leisure and recreation.
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