Things to Consider When Renting a Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle

Things to Consider When Renting a Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle

A wheelchair accessible vehicle is a part of fantastic accessible travel. With a rented accessible car, we can get to almost every corner of the city we travel around. In this post, we will discuss the things we need to consider when renting a wheelchair-accessible...
NDIS Internal Review Workshop FAQs Part One

NDIS Internal Review Workshop FAQs Part One

Our community is very passionate about the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) issues. Meanwhile, the NDIS internal and external reviews help us check if we made the right decisions. However, Disability advocacy support for NDIS Appeals has been complex...
The Knowledge about Autonomic Dysreflexia

The Knowledge about Autonomic Dysreflexia

Autonomic Dysreflexia (AD) is a severe condition that can occur in individuals with a spinal cord injury at or above the T6 level. As a result, people with injuries at or above T6 are at risk for AD, while people with injuries below T6 may also be at risk for AD in...
Depression and Spinal Cord Injury

Depression and Spinal Cord Injury

Depression is a common mood disorder that can affect everyone. Based on research, about 1 in 20 Americans (over 11 million people) get depressed every year. However, it’s even more common in people with spinal cord injury – about one in five people....
Bladder Management Options Following SCI

Bladder Management Options Following SCI

A spinal cord injury can affect a person’s ability to control their bladder. As a result, bladder management is an essential concern for many people with spinal cord injuries. Bladder management refers to the various methods and techniques used to manage bladder...
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