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Facing Disability’s extensive video library focuses on the life experiences of people coping with spinal cord injury, plus expert medical information.


AbleThrive is an online platform that connects people with spinal cord injuries and disorders and their families to curated and customized resources covering a variety of topics, including life skills, parenting, relationships, activities, and travel. Beyond sharing resources, AbleThrive also fostered a global online community of individuals who believe in living life to the fullest and changing how the world sees disability.


BACKBONES exists to provide free support for people with spinal cord injury and their families. Through their network they facilitate telephone, in-person, or web-based connections and encourage growth by the sharing of experiences and ideas.

CareCure Community

The Spinal Cord Injury Community Forums can be a place to find answers to questions, inspirational stories, and empathy. Follow the threads to view questions and answers from others in your situation, post your own concerns, and receive feedback.


SPINALpedia is a social mentoring network and video archive that allows the spinal cord injury community to motivate each other with the knowledge and triumphs gained from our individual experiences.

New Mobility

 Encourages the integration of active-lifestyle wheelchair users into mainstream society, while simultaneously reflecting the vibrant world of disability-related arts, media, advocacy and philosophy.

Reeve Foundation Peer & Family Support Program

 A national peer-to-peer mentoring program providing emotional support as well as local and national information and resources to people living with paralysis, and their families and caregivers.

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