Peer Content by SCI/D
I am a Christian who loves living a life for God, a mommy to six amazing and beautiful children and I am an incomplete quadriplegic. No, that isn’t a disease – it means that I am paralyzed and it affects my arms and my legs. You can read “My Story” and find out more about all of that!
Paralyzed since I was 18 years old, I have spent much of the last 30 years thinking about the reasons why the social life of crippled people is so different from those who ambulate on two feet. After reading about the so called Ashley Treatment I decided it was time to write a book about my life as a crippled man.
This will just be a fun place I share stories of my life and the life of others. It is my goal to inspire others and let anyone who may be in a low point in life no matter what your struggles are there is always the possibility of a better, happier, more fulfilling life.
SCI Care - The art and science of managing therapies, routines, medication, supplies, equipment and everything else needed to maintain the person with spinal cord injury or disease in top health. CareCure has over 70 forums where we discuss everything from Life to Legislation & Advocacy, from Sports and Travel to Pain, from Computers to Politics.
Hi, I’m Daniela, affectionately called Dani. 🙂 I live in rural Virginia with my husband, Rudy, and our twins. As a disabled woman, I hope this website will be a place where I can share not only my personal journey as it relates to being a wheelchair user and mother, but other voices of the disability community as well.
We created www.disabledmagazine.online with the desire to provide more information about people with disabilities around the world. We wanted to give everyone the opportunity to get inspiration from the stories of others, to gather information about everything that means disability.
Hey guys I’m Emmielynn! Since my car accident in 2011 that left me quadriplegic, I’ve wanted to find a way to express myself while teaching others about my disability. I decided to start a YouTube channel with putting my story out there with the hopes of raising awareness of spinal cord injuries.
Joci Scott is a recent graduate of Ohio State University. In July 2019, she sustained a spinal cord injury as a result of a plane crash. She spent months rehabbing and fighting to walk again. She knew she didn't want to be "the girl from the plane crash" so she created a new identity in her wheelchair, while incorporating things that she loves like performing, spending time outdoors, traveling, and exploring the world with her friends.
Life is Possible
I have been a wheelchair user for 33 years and I am a Brand Ambassador for Numotion. My life has been happy, productive and fun! I want to share how people in the disability community live their best lives possible everyday! I will interview people with disabilities, occupational therapists, physical therapists, Assistive Technology Professionals, manufacturers of technology for people with mobility impairments and more. Join us for some laughs and some great information about life with a disability!
Mobility Management Podcast
The complex rehab technology (CRT) industry includes seating and mobility clinicians and providers, funding and policy specialists, rehab engineers, manufacturers and, of course, consumers and their families. Join Editor Laurie Watanabe as these stakeholders share their insights, predictions and hopes for CRT. Whether you design, manufacture, recommend, build, fit, service or fund seating and mobility, our podcasts offer personal perspectives from CRT’s front lines.