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. More Information »
The Todd Crawford Foundation was started in August of 2006 with the purpose of raising money for spinal cord injury (SCI) research. I was injured in August of 2002. In the four years between my injury and the creation of the Foundation I received a tremendous amount of support from my family and friends. Much of the support came in the form of money raised through various fund raisers. I have been able to accomplish many things since then because of this support. I am extremely grateful for this. Now I want to use the momentum of this support and direct it towards research on SCI. This research is a immensely important to me and millions of others around the world.
Quadriplegic, Tetraplegic and Paraplegic Spinal Cord Injury life experiences and peer support with paralysis information on quadriplegia, tetraplegia and paraplegia Spinal Cord Injuries.
No matter what level of SCI incurred, MGT is committed to assisting adults and children who are living with spinal cord injury to live actively and independently. Our two flagship products, IKAN Bowler ® and IKAN Power Soccer are designed to do just that. With the ability to be mounted to virtually any power wheelchair, these products give those who have all levels of spinal cord injury a fun activity to fulfill their competitive spirit. These activities offer an array of therapeutic, social, and recreational benefits.
Almost every patient that suffers from a spinal cord injury suffers from pain. With each person, the pain varies in intensity, frequency and duration of episodes, and the type of pain experienced.
We, the Translational Pain Research Group at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Department of Anesthesia, are striving to bring laboratory research into a safe and effective clinical research setting. Although we are located in Boston, our studies reimburse for travel to and from our site.
Informative resource for caregivers and those suffering from a spinal cord injury and other disabling injuries or diseases of the spine.
Great SCI Resource!
Wheelchair Store – Direct to Consumer & Corporate Sales. Wheelchairs from $99. Mobility Scooters from $589. Accessories, Ramps, Bath Aids, Rollators & Rolling Walkers. Medicare Wheelchair Applications Accepted.
Adapted Leisure Activities offers a wide range of recreational activities for individuals with mental and/or physical disabilities, along with their friends and families.
Programs include wheelchair basketball, aqua exercise, bowling, dances, assisted shopping and more. More Information »
The Metro Disability Coalition is an organization of individuals and groups in the Greater Louisville community committed to the betterment of life for persons with disabilities, and for the inclusion and participation of everyone in all aspects of society.”
The first physical therapist arrived in Kentucky in 1935. Within the next few years Mary McDonnell was joined by 15 of her colleagues. They came to fight the crippling effects of polio. They touched the lives of World War II veterans whose bodies were mangled and broken. In 1947, feeling the need to unite and expand their knowledge, they founded the Kentucky Chapter of the American Physical Therapy Association. These pioneers could only dream their association, which started with 16 members, would grow to serve over 1,000.
Center For Accessible Living, a disability resource center located in Louisville, KY and Murray, KY.
The Center for Accessible Living was established in 1981 as a non-profit organization. The Center is a disability resource center for people with disabilities, governed by people with disabilities. It operates on a cross disability basis, which means that individuals will be served regardless of type of disability. More Information »
Dedicated to developing successful spinal cord repair strategies in the laboratory that can be taken to the clinic in a timely and responsible fashion.
The Center was opened in 2001 and is located in newly renovated contiguous space in the Medical Dental Research Building close to the three major Hospitals of the University of Louisville Health Science Center. More Information »