All of us do things every day that we simply take for granted — opening and closing a door, walking, talking, picking up objects, playing and just enjoying life. For many individuals with disabilities, these tasks are only possible with assistive technology. More Information »
Spinal Cord Injury Links
Spinal Cord Injury Links that are helpful or interesting
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The Institute of Spinal Cord Injury (ISCI) was founded at the initiative of the Icelandic O.R. nurse Audur Gudjónsdóttir and is based on a struggle for her SCI injured daughter that took almost 20 years.
Our mission is to raise awareness about spinal cord injury and disease through education. Provide assistance to people who have a spinal cord injury and disease. Help them move forward in a life of independence, health and personal fulfillment.
This blog is designed to help anyone newly paralyzed and permanently confined to a manual wheelchair.
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“Life is not measured by the number breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away.” This quote has two meanings for me. The first meaning is exactly how it’s stated. The second is a literal and personal meaning. Life is not measured by the number breaths I take, which happens to be 18 breaths a minute, but by the moment that took my breath away. On November 1, 2002 I was in a car accident. I broke my neck at C1 C2 and injured my spinal cord. More Information »