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Spinal Cord Injury Charity News And Fundraising

News from spinal cord injury charities, and individuals fundraising for spinal cord injury charities. Charities are welcome to post press releases in this forum to promote their spinal injury charity and events. If you are fundraising for a spinal injury charity, use this forum to let everyone know what you're up to. You can also use this forum to exchange fundraising ideas and advice.

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Aspire - Spinal Cord Injury Charity

Aspire offers practical support to the 40,000 people living with a spinal cord injury in the UK so that they can lead fulfilled and independent lives in their homes, with their families, in work places and in leisure time.

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Brian Carlin, Ceo Of Aspire... - last post by Apparelyzed

The Back-Up Trust

The Back-Up Trust's services include mentoring, wheelchair skills training and activity courses as well as support in getting back to work or school after a spinal cord injury injury. All our services help to build confidence and independence.

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Are You Over 50 Years Of Ag... - last post by rotaxsvs

Spinal Injuries Association

The Spinal Injuries Association is a user-led organisation which was established in 1974. It works to support and promote the wellbeing of spinal cord injured people in the UK through its peer support and campaigning work, and also to provide assistance to their families, friends and health care professionals.

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Spinal Injuries Association... - last post by wheelie182

Spinal Injuries Scotland

Spinal Injuries Scotland (SIS) is the Scottish national voluntary organisation for spinal cord injured people and those close to them. SIS provides immediate support through the office based Information Service and operates a self-referral information line. We also provide peer support within the Scottish national spinal unit along with a legal and welfare rights advisory service.

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About Spinal Injuries Scotland - last post by Apparelyzed

Spinal Research

Spinal Research is the UK's leading charity funding groundbreaking medical research around the world to develop reliable treatments for paralysis caused by a broken back or neck. Our vision is a world where spinal cord injury no longer means a lifetime of paralysis.

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Paraplegic Skydive For Charity - last post by rayner6


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Spinal Cord Injury & Cauda Equina Syndrome Support

This website is a way for those with spinal cord injuries and cauda equina syndrome to share experiences and advice. Any medical matters, treatments or alternative therapies discussed on this website should be thoroughly reviewed by a medical professional or therapist before being acted upon. Under no circumstances should you alter prescribed medication or a medical care plan without consulting your doctor or care plan supervisor first.