Spinal Cord Injury Information – The Determined2heal Foundation provides strategic information on Spinal cord injury.
Spinal Cord Injury Links
Spinal Cord Injury Links that are helpful or interesting
A Cure is Coming is a foundation to build awareness of, and philanthropic support for, those with spinal cord injuries that enable access to a range of specialized therapies focused on improving overall quality of life.
Handicap help provides an overview of simple equipment that can easily be made which will lessen the daily frustrations for individuals with disabilities; a list of projects is also included.
Wheelchair Cushion Sage offers discount pricing on many of the world’s best seating solutions.
The I Believe Inc. organization produces a public access television show which provides information and virtual access to events and stories that are important to the disabled community.
Life After Spinal Cord Injury
A social network and support resource for friends, family, and victims of spinal cord injury.
The Magic Flute, a wind instrument which allows you to play music with head movement. The Magic Flute was originally designed as an adaptive musical instrument for people with little or no arm movement — with the goal of allowing people with a wide range of disabilities the ability to perform live electronic music that can be at the highest professional quality. It is also an exciting and rewarding way for people who have limited lung function to carry out Breathing Exercises that will never become tedious to them.
WheelchairNet: A Wheelchair Virtual Community for consumers, families, clinicians, insurers, researchers, suppliers, and People who Care about Wheelchairs.
Jim Lubin’s disABILITY Information and Resources Pages. One of the largest collections of resources for all types of disabilities. The pages provided here are meant to serve as a resource to provide useful information and guidance for all people dealing with disabilities. This site is an encyclopedia of links that provide information concerning disability products, research, organizations, events, and politics. Also includes links to chat rooms, databases, and resources not on the Web.
RERC on Wheelchair Transportation Safety, University of Pittsburgh. Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center (RERC) on Wheelchair Transportation Safety