In the spring, COVID-19 exploded across the world. Eight months later, the pandemic refuses to go away, while a host of other issues have flared up to further complicate the craziest and most trying year anyone can remember. Seth McBride talks with wheelchair users across the country to find out how they are coping and where they see opportunities in the chaos.
Take time to reflect on the things we can be thankful for, including our support systems and changemakers who push forward.
Here comes autonomic dysreflexia. You know that feeling … for me it’s a little bit of metal in the mouth, a little bit of tingling on the back of your head … its AD on its way.
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Here is what I did to prepare, how things actually went and what I learned from being forced to travel during the pandemic.
Normally, I’d have spent the last few months tracking spinal cord injury research. Call it all to a halt.
There’s perhaps no skill that can better increase your access to the great wide world than mastering the tricky transfer.
The SCI support group at Craig Hospital continues to thrive because of its ability to serve the various needs of its ever-changing roster of attendees.
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