United Spinal gathered key affiliated chapter representatives in Orlando its annual Chapter Leadership Meeting to strengthen programs, services and outreach to people living with spinal cord injuries and disorders nationwide.
Hurricane Florence is intensifying and could pose a direct threat to the U.S. eastern coastline this week. United Spinal is urging our members and all people living with disabilities in the path of this serious storm to take appropriate precautions. Now is the time to prepare.
Employers should take appropriate steps when applicable to remove barriers and make reasonable accommodations for people with disabilities.
United Spinal Association’s Accessibility Services program is proud to welcome Marsha Mazz as its new director of Accessibility Codes and Standards.
A former teacher turned research assistant who also blogs about wheelchair life and serves as president of the Northeast Ohio Chapter of United Spinal Association, Megan Hammond is dedicated to helping people find the resources they need after a spinal cord injury.
United Spinal Association and its VetsFirst program recently hosted a lunch and learn session on disability benefits and self-advocacy at the James J. Peters Bronx VAMC.
United Spinal Association is identifying barriers to appropriate rehabilitation services that provide greater personal independence and improved quality of life for individuals living with spinal cord injuries and other conditions and disorders.
In recognition of Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Month, we’re taking a moment to honor some of the game changers and innovators who make United Spinal’s diverse community truly amazing.
United Spinal has been named a beneficiary of the fundraiser created by Ciara O'Sullivan and Larissa Clifford, who are bicycling from New York City to Orlando, Florida to help improve the lives of individuals with spinal cord injury.
Nurses at Craig Hospital can help you identify potential SCI/D complications before they become serious health issues. This free service provides a dedicated nurse to answer non-emergency calls about spinal cord injury or brain injury.