Grandpa was likely a young veteran returning from World War 2 by way of six or so months in a military hospital and a year or two in a VA Hospital.
United spinal’s seventh annual Roll On Capitol Hill to raise awareness of critical issues impacting the spinal cord injury/disease and veteran communities is set to roll on June 24 with over 100 wheelchair users and member advocates.
United Spinal’s Advocacy program empowers individuals to engage their local and state policymakers by creating a coast-to-coast network of seasoned grassroots advocates to fight for disability rights.
Ian Mackay, Washington State advocate, activist, avid outdoor enthusiast and peer group leader, will be attending United Spinal's Roll on Capitol Hill to speak with legislators on issues that affect the independence and quality of life for people with spinal cord injuries and disorders.
United Spinal Association will host Frances M. Ozur Cole from Albuquerque, New Mexico, at its 7th Annual Roll on Capitol Hill, June 24-27 in Washington, D.C., along with other prominent disability advocates, to speak directly with legislators on issues that affect the independence and quality of life for people with [...]
United Spinal Association will host Megan Hammond at its 7th Annual Roll on Capitol Hill, to speak directly with legislators on issues that affect the independence and quality of life for people with spinal cord injuries and disorders and other pre-existing conditions.
Two years ago, Dallas Jordan Disbro was in the hospital recovering from SCI. Today he is living independently, working at his old job and riding the high of organizing a hugely successful fundraiser for his local chapter of United Spinal.