Saturday, July 26th 2014

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Mountain Trike

MountainTrike.com

Mountain Trike

The Mountain Trike Offers riders the freedom to venture out around town or into the countryside. Whether that is to the beach, down muddy tracks, over grass or along cobbled streets, gravel driveways and even through snow. We call this All-Terrain.

With a conventional wheelchair, the smallest everyday journey or outdoors activity can seem daunting. The Mountain Trike gives riders the ability to go to places that were completely inaccessible previously, whilst maintaining the function and versatility of a standard wheelchair. More Information »

The Spinal Network

www.SpinalNetwork.org

www.SpinalNetwork.org

The Buoniconti Fund and National Spinal Cord Injury Association (NSCIA), intend to jointly implement a coordinated national network of local support groups called the Spinal Network. Together, the Spinal Network will establish consistent standards for local groups wishing to provide support for the people living with Spinal Cord Injury and Disorders (SCI/D), with an emphasis upon groups that promote independence and active lifestyle community integration. More Information »

People On Wheels

PeopleOnWheels.org

PeopleOnWheels.org

To improve the quality of life for the growing population of Americans who live and work in wheelchairs by providing a national, state and local information marketplace which supplies support, empowerment opportunities, awareness, advocacy, and a sense of community to those who by illness or injury share extraordinary life challenges. More Information »

MissyJenkins.com

www.MissyJenkins.com

www.MissyJenkins.com

Missy Jenkins was paralyzed from the chest down in the 1997 Heath High School shooting. Her faith, courage and determination enabled her to forgive the shooter and move forward with her life. Today she is an inspiration to people worldwide, and shares her positive message in I Choose to be Happy: A School Shooting Survivor’s Triumph Over Tragedy. More Information »

David Hudgik’s Journey to Recovery

DavidsJourneyToRecovery.com

DavidsJourneyToRecovery.com

David Hudgik is a talented, young freestyle skier who suffered a traumatic spinal cord injury in September, 2011. Learn more about David and see photos and videos.

SCI Total Fitness

SCI Total Fitness

SCI Total Fitness

SCI Total Fitness online spinal cord injury exercise program. We all know how important it is to get exercise. We also know the challenges many people have in getting to a gym and finding appropriate equipment. Now everyone can get a good workout at home!

2 new workouts posted EVERY WEEK!! A cardio routine AND an interval strength routine. More Information »

LP Accessible Technologies

LPAccessibleTechnologies.com

LPAccessibleTechnologies.com

LP Accessible Technologies was founded by Luis Pena. Luis became a quadriplegic on October 18, 2007 when he was involved in a rollover accident while working. Living with the injury inspired him to build a product and provide it to others that would allow them to game again; as he did prior to the accident. The LP Pad was invented as a result to his determination to be more independent and desire to socialize with the world. More Information »

Endless Ability Jeans

EndlessAbility.com

EndlessAbility.com

Endless Ability Jeans – Adaptive/Modified Clothing for Spinal Cord Injury/Disabled Wheel Chair Users

Endless Ability Jeans are a brand of jean catered to those who use wheel chairs. With a high-rise rear for full coverage, lowered front pocket, removal of rear pockets for comfort and an option of a catheter zipper for foley or self catheter access, there is no better jean on the market for anyone who has experienced a spinal cord injury or for those who use a wheel chair for various other injuries. More Information »

Mobility SVM

MobilitySVM.com

Full Size Wheelchair Truck Conversions

Mobility SVM, formerly known as GoShichi, was founded in 2009 on the premise that although a person might need to utilize a wheelchair, many individuals still want the freedom and independence to pursue their interests in outdoor activities through the advantages of a full size truck. This is the philosophy that led to the development of Mobility SVM wheelchair accessible truck conversions. More Information »

Beyond The Chair

www.BeyondTheChair.org

Beyond The Chair exists to provide an improved quality of life for individuals with spinal cord injuries and other neurological disabilities through intensive exercise programs to enhance overall functional capacity.