It is over 40 years since a young streetwise punk strolled into an assistive technology center and had his first encounter with spinal cord injuries (SCI).
Staying in touch with elected officials is very important. The opportunity to at least try and influence public policy is one that should not be missed.
Nurses always had United Spinal member Andrea Dalzell’s back since she started dealing with transverse myelitis at age 5. Now 29, the former Ms. Wheelchair New York is eager to repay the favor when she graduates from nursing school this year.
The Brain Injury Association of Louisiana hosted its 10th annual conference March 10-11 in Kenner, Louisiana, for a record turnout of 220 professionals, caregivers and SCI survivors.