President James Weisman convened a meeting with our Policy/Advocacy staff and members of our Advocacy Network to discuss transportation access issues.
NYC Council Speaker Corey Johnson and Mayor Bill de Blasio passed legislation that will place a one-year cap on the number of new rideshare licenses.
United Spinal’s Rolling Revolution took over our nation’s capital for three days in late June for the seventh annual Roll on Capitol Hill.
United Spinal Association is excited to be a part of a new effort to address inaccurate stereotypes of wheelchair users and improve the representation of people with disabilities in the media.
For every purchase of Brainteasers and Logic Problems from The Real American Family Book Series, $1 will be donated to United Spinal Association.
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. [...]
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.
The University of Pittsburgh is currently recruiting for a research study to determine the effectiveness of a remote wheelchair transfer training program. Activities involved in this study include the completion of questionnaires and review of an interactive training module.
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.