Rochester Spinal Association has been in existence for over 20 years helping to improve the lives of those with spinal cord injury and disease. We achieve this by being a resource to those with injury and disease, by providing recreational and social opportunities, by educating care givers and health care providers of the unique needs of the spinal cord injured and diseased, enhancing public awareness, and advocating for the interests of the spinal cord injured and diseased.
Rochester Spinal Association formed nearly 30 years ago when a group of inspired and motivated individuals joined forces. Known formerly as the Rochester Chapter of NSCIA (National Spinal Cord Injury Association), Rochester Spinal Association has re-grouped with a new found energy to help change the lives of those affected by spinal cord disability.
Rochester Spinal Association offers a monthly Social & Support Group meeting.