Spinal Cord Injury Links
Spinal Cord Injury Links that are helpful or interesting
Pressure Ulcer is a Complete Guide to Pressure Ulcers. Topics Include: Stage 3, 4 & Unstageable, Prevention, Treatment, Neglect, Attorneys, and Lawsuits.
PressureUlcer.net was created to act as a reliable resource for members of the public wishing to educate themselves about pressure ulcers, their types, causes, treatment, prevention, and the remedies available to those suffering. More Information »
We are a nonprofit organization comprised of skilled volunteers gathered together to create customized devices and adaptations for people with specific needs at no cost to them.
We connect individuals with specific needs to skilled volunteers who can invent, modify or adapt devices that can free that individual to pursue their passions and improve their quality of life.
We are handymen, artists, electrical engineers, mechanical engineers, programmers, techies, motorheads, students, snow birds, friends. More Information »
My daily tracking journal on how to overcome paralysis
I never thought I’d be hit by a car while crossing the street on my way to school at sixteen years old! I never expected to live with a spinal cord injury every day for the rest of my life. I was paralyzed. It’s a miracle from the Lord I’m alive, and able to walk. I’m thirty-four, a professional, and fully independent. I’m walking everywhere with two forearm crutches, and practicing with one cane. I hope to one day walk with no walking device. I want others to see how I overcame disability. I hope to encourage adults and children facing this problem by sharing messages, comments, support. More Information »
These tables were designed for injured people to stretch, roll and attain general well-being.
Many uses: physical therapy, massage, yoga, pilates, exercise, stretching and more…
These custom tables are beautifully hand-crafted and as a result become the focal point of any room.
There are endless design-choices available, including: height, width and length of table; species and finish of wood; density and color of foam top; and storage configuration. All of our tables come with wheels for easy movement. More Information »
A site for physiotherapists containing over 750 exercises appropriate for people with spinal cord injuries and other neurological disabilities. Users can select exercises to compile into booklets.
This is place where people can come and ask questions regarding living with and/or wanting to learn more about people who live with a disability. We have five Vloggers who have all spent many years living life on wheels, and each week they will bring you their knowledge and opinions regarding a topic or answers to your questions. This is a “safe” and non-discriminatory channel, so feel free to ask us what you will (within reason.) More Information »
Creating My4Hands has been a personal journey of empowerment for Dale, a T-5 paraplegic and has been in a wheelchair since 2005. The My4Hands™ Independence Assistant is a unique tool designed to not slip off the lap of the user and also to hold items from slipping off onto the floor. More Information »
The most advanced and safest lightweight wheelchairs and strollers for children and adults with special needs. Portable, folding wheelchairs from Convaid. More Information »
Statler trains physically disabled, visually impaired and blind persons for careers in the Contact/Call Center or Hospitality businesses. We have trained 400 students and have a job placement rate of more than 80%, enviable by any standard in the disabled community. Founded in 1989, we are a nationally recognized non-profit. More Information »