Spinal Cord Injury Links
Spinal Cord Injury Links that are helpful or interesting
Rollin’ Wear Inc. makes and sells adaptive clothing that gives its customers the opportunity to express their personal style while wearing clothing that allows for comfort and eliminates the negative health outcomes wearing non-adaptive denim creates. Our company was started out of the need for a stylish alternative to today’s adaptive apparel companies.
Beyond clothing, Rollin’ Wear seeks to empower individuals to live life to the fullest and embrace the lifestyle of Rollin’. By promoting our mission: EXCEED. INSPIRE. ROLL., it is the company’s goal to grow the culture of acceptance for individuals using the assistance of a wheelchair. More Information »
AMS Vans sells and rents new and used handicap accessible vans for some of the lowest prices online. AMS Vans delivers handicap vans nationwide. Browse over 150 wheelchair vans on their website or in their indoor showroom in Atlanta, Georgia. Other services they provide include van conversions, handicap van classifieds, adapted vehicle mobility equipment, trade-ins, and more. More Information »
The Injury Co-Op is a comprehensive resource for catastrophic injury survivors and their families who are seeking guidance on the journey to recovery. Created by fellow survivors, the Injury Co-Op is dedicated to providing education, support and hope for a better tomorrow.
Located in Central Florida, the Injury Co-Op has a Peer Mentor Program matching successful injury survivors with newly injured persons. Also, the Co-Op has a Care Program with various initiatives to offer comfort and aid to local families who have recently had a loved one sustain a traumatic injury.”
Simple tools and ideas to reduce frustrations for individuals living with disabilities. Emphasis is on developing the attitudes, abilities and skills necessary to gain more control over our environment. More Information »
Facing Disability is a web resource with more than 1,000 videos drawn from interviews of people with spinal cord injuries, their families, caregivers and experts. More Information »
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 »
WheelchairFX is pleased to provide you with only the finest in custom wheelchair lighting kits, wheelchair gifts and cool wheelchair accessories for kids of all ages. They are the only kits engineered specifically for wheelchairs; feature state-of-the-art LED technology, remote controls, in-line fuse protection, and offer options such as ‘million color’, flash, fade, strobe, and color sequencing capabilities, and are simple to install! More Information »
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.