Where our founders faced widespread discrimination, United Spinal now successfully advocates to expand civil rights and constitutional protections.
On Aug. 13, a C2-3 quad, set out Port Angeles, Washington, determined to raise awareness of the need for more accessible bike and multi-use trails.
United Spinal Named Beneficiary of ‘Ride with Ian’ Cross-Continent Bike Trek to Raise Spinal Cord Injury Awareness and Funds
United Spinal Association will receive 100 percent of the profits raised by Ian Andersen, who is cycling 20,000 miles from Alaska to Argentina to increase awareness, help veterans, and fund rehabilitation.
In 1946 Robert Moss rolled his wheelchair down to Grand Central Terminal in New York City and led his fellow World War II veterans in a passionate protest. The comrades, who suffered devastating spinal cord injuries in combat, had only one goal in mind: to simply reintegrate back into society [...]
VP of Accessibility Services, Dominic Marinelli, Appointed to New York State Fire Prevention and Building Code Council
We’re proud to announce the appointment of Dominic Marinelli, VP of Accessibility Services by Governor Cuomo with the advice and consent of the Senate.
The Louisiana chapter started in 2004 as the Brain Injury Association of Louisiana, aiming to serve the state’s community of people with brain injuries. Last year BIALA joined up with United Spinal.
As many of you know, United Spinal is one of the leading organizations advocating for access to urology and ostomy supplies with Congressional offices and policymakers to ensure you have the best supplies for your needs (most recently at our annual Roll on Capitol Hill in June). Are you a [...]
85 wheelchair users stormed Washington, D.C., to advocate for legislation that improves the quality of life for people with SCI/D. The event was a huge success, but you don’t have to take our word for it. Here is one member’s experience.