The Mission of the North Country Center for Independence is to empower people with disabilities to live more independent and productive lives, and to promote beneficial policies and community understanding of disability issues.
United Spinal supports the Disability Integration Act (S. 910/H.R. 2472) which specifies in Federal Statute that people with disabilities have a federally protected right to a real choice in how and where they receive community services and supports.
Your spinal cord injury rehab is over. After spending several weeks or months in rehabilitation therapy following a spinal cord injury, brain injury or another acquired disability, it can feel like ending a love-hate relationship. Even for those with degenerative diseases like multiple sclerosis or ALS, where do you go [...]
There’s one thing you should be aware of during National Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Month, it’s that people can adapt to living with a spinal cord injury.
United Spinal Association’s VetsFirst program thanks all generations of America’s veterans for serving us proudly by helping them transition back to their families and communities. Veterans Day is just one day to honor the courageous men and women that have made the sacrifice to protect our freedom. It is also [...]
At a buzzing reception during the Independence Expo in Orlando, Fla., on Oct. 1, the brass at United Spinal Association and New Mobility magazine officially announced the partnership of the two organizations to others in the disability field. "New Mobility brings readers the latest news on wheelchair lifestyle, activism, equipment, [...]