United Spinal is implementing an emergency preparedness campaign to help people with SCI/D address the effects and risks associated with disasters.
Four years after sustaining a C5 injury, Rhonel Cinous is using his podcast to rediscover who he is through conversations with others from the SCI community.
Shawnique is pushing through health setbacks to make her first million dollars and help others reach financial self-sufficiency.
The first “Future of Work” event on Oct. 29 will focus on highlighting solutions that solve barriers to work and workplace complications.
With the 2020 Games postponed, Paralympian Kerri Morgan finds herself at a crossroads. But not for the reason you might expect.
Shannon Franks tackles some of our planet’s most difficult scientific questions. He brings that same approach to his personal life.
United Spinal Association is hosting two graduate students from Mary Baldwin University as they complete their capstone projects for the university’s doctoral program in occupational therapy.
Besieged by medical problems, Keith Smith couldn’t picture a positive future for himself. A fortuitous phone call and an epidural stimulator changed everything.
Gabrielle Broder is one of roughly 300 people across the United States who received COVID-19 relief grants from United Spinal this spring.