Resources for spinal cord injury (SCI) professionals, and for people living with SCI and their families

Resources for spinal cord injury (SCI) professionals, and for people living with SCI and their families

It is amazing the knowledge and resources that have become available on-line for the spinal cord injury (SCI) community. One of the goals of the PAR-QoL site is to highlight websites that can help support clinical practice, and help people with SCI and their families participate in their communities. Below are a few resources that you may find useful.

The International Network of SCI physiotherapists (SCIPT) is a not-for-profit initiative of physiotherapists worldwide. It is for physiotherapists working in the area of spinal cord injuries although other physiotherapists are welcome to join. See their site at: http://www.scipt.org/

The Caregiver Chronicles is a series of videos that feature interviews with caregivers, each of whom has a partner with some form of paralysis. Each caregiver’s situation is different. Each has a unique set of challenges, hopes, strengths and solutions. These videos were produced by the Christopher Reeve Foundation. To see the videos, click here.

Pushrim is a social network and support resource for friends, families, and people living with SCI.

By | 2018-06-14T15:53:19+00:00 February 25th, 2013|Blog|0 Comments

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