Free Membership

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Membership in United Spinal Association is free and open to all individuals who are living with a spinal cord injury or disorder.
  • Spinal Cord Injuries
  • Spina Bifida
  • Diastematomyelia
  • Tethered spinal cord syndrome
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
  • Poliomyelitis
  • Syringomyelia
Each year, United Spinal Association helps thousands of wheelchair-users, veterans, and people with multiple sclerosis and other spinal cord disorders overcome the daily challenges of living with a disability. And we extend our support to those most important in their lives–– their family members and caregivers.

United Spinal’s 35,000 members include individuals of all ages and backgrounds who are driven, independent, and active participants in our society. They are paralympians, wounded warriors, talented artists, kids with big dreams, proud parents, empowered women, self-advocates, heroes, survivors, and accomplished professionals.

National Spinal Cord Injury Association (NSCIA), www.spinalcord.org, is the membership arm of our organization. NSCIA has over 65 years of experience educating and empowering individuals with SCI/D to achieve and maintain the highest levels of independence, health and personal fulfillment. It has more than 60 local chapters and support groups nationwide, connecting people with SCI/D to their peers and fostering an expansive grassroots network that enriches lives.

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The Benefits Of Membership
  • Wheelchair Accessible Travel Arrangements
  • Accessible Design Guidance
  • Veterans Benefits Assistance
  • Wheelchair & Equipment Advice
  • Wheelchair & Parts Discounts
  • Free New Mobility Membership Magazine
  • Benefits Counseling
  • Adaptive Sports & Recreation
  • National & Local Advocacy
  • Peer Mentoring
Life in Action Magazine Life in Action Magazine
Life in Action, United Spinal’s new membership publication, empowers Americans with spinal cord injuries and disorders with active-lifestyle information, peer connection and advocacy.
Able To Travel logoABLE to TravelUnited Spinal Association’s full service travel agency that understands & addresses the travel needs of wheelchair users and persons with disabilities.
  • Free To Members
  • Contemporary Articles
  • Disability News
  • Organization News
  • Life & Leisure
  • Accessible Transportation
  • International Travel Arrangements
  • Accessible Accommodations
  • Access to Medical Equipment While Traveling
Image of VetsFirst logoVetsFirst Directly serves the needs of United Spinal’s veteran members. Our network of National Service Officers provides assistance and representation in claims for benefits and services. Wheelchair Medic logoWheelchair Medic
Provides member discounts on the purchase of wheelchairs, scooters, wheelchair parts, and other mobility devices.
  • Benefits Counseling Services
  • Individual Representation
  • Representation On Appeals
  • Veterans Advocacy
  • 15% Discount on Parts
  • 10% Discount on Scooters
  • 10% Discount on Wheelchairs
TechGuide ServiceTechGuide Service A member’s personal expert consultant and guide to wheelchairs and assistive technology devices. ADA Roadside AssistanceADA Roadside AssistanceSpecial member rates on nationwide roadside assistance for your adapted vehicle or for those times when your wheelchair has left you stranded.
  • Advice On Wheelchair Selection
  • Advice On Equipment Selection
  • Help Locating Products & Services
United Spinal logoFor more than 60 years, we have committed our energy and our talents to improving the lives of individuals living with spinal cord injuries or disorders. Our initiatives in promoting inclusion, improving access, fostering independence, enhancing mobility, and demanding equality, along with our commitment to member service, has helped to create opportunities for our members and all people with spinal cord injuries or disorders.
  • Research & Education
  • Legislation
  • Outreach & Education
  • Assistive Technology Advocacy
  • Civil Rights Advocacy
  • Healthcare Advocacy
  • Accessibility Advocacy
  • Awareness and Understanding