Laura Power, a United Spinal member from Pennsylvania shares her experiences joining other wheelchair users in fighting for disability rights.
The Veterans Administration says that female veterans comprise the fastest-growing segment of the homeless veteran population.
The 2018 Roll on Capitol Hill was attended by more wheelchair using advocates and more disability advocates than ever before. The result was that our grass roots activists from across the country accomplished more Hill visits and raised awareness of critical issues to a greater extent than ever before. [...]
With all three of her kids grown up, Karen Roy doesn't lack for things to do, She travels for her job with Numotion, serves as a board member for the Brain Injury Association of Louisiana, and is the reigning Ms. Wheelchair Louisiana.
The Empower Care Act needs to be passed in order to be able to fund transitioning people from institutions to their homes.
Cheri Arnold is determined to bring attention to issues impacting veterans living with paralysis and other disabilities such as post-traumatic stress disorder, and the deteriorating VA healthcare services in Washington, DC.
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.
This webinar will focus on comprehensive rehabilitation after spinal cord injury and highlight required care guidelines provided by a spinal cord injury medical center. It will also cover critical questions such as how long a person with a new spinal cord injury should be in inpatient rehabilitation and what minimum [...]