Learn how you can have convenient and cost-effective 24/7 access to board certified doctors by web, phone or mobile app to address non-emergency, routine medical issues. When you can’t reach your primary care physician, skip the urgent aid office or the emergency room and talk to a Teladoc physician. If [...]
Save for today’s needs or invest for tomorrow in a simple, affordable and tax-advantaged account that won’t impact certain disability benefits. ABLEnow accounts are made possible by the Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Act, which authorized states to establish tax-advantaged ABLE savings programs. Join us to learn about ABLE [...]
Join United Spinal in celebrating #GivingTuesday by supporting our mission. Your gift will make life-enhancing programs and services available to people with spinal cord injuries and disorders (SCI/D) in communities throughout our nation.
In recognition of Veteran’s Day, United Spinal Association would like to take a moment to thank the men and women who have bravely defended our freedom.
How to simply and effectively report your negative transportation experience and positively affect transportation accessibility for all.
Women with disabilities are less likely to undergo breast cancer screening due to the inaccessibility of radiology and mammography equipment.
This is your window of opportunity to enroll in Medicare. For others, it’s time to check on health insurance in the Health Insurance Marketplace.
United Spinal gathered key affiliated chapter representatives in Orlando its annual Chapter Leadership Meeting to strengthen programs, services and outreach to people living with spinal cord injuries and disorders nationwide.
Hurricane Florence is intensifying and could pose a direct threat to the U.S. eastern coastline this week. United Spinal is urging our members and all people living with disabilities in the path of this serious storm to take appropriate precautions. Now is the time to prepare.
Employers should take appropriate steps when applicable to remove barriers and make reasonable accommodations for people with disabilities.