The 4th edition of New Mobility magazine’s Spinal Network: The Total Wheelchair Resource Book, the definitive resource for anyone who uses a wheelchair is now available.
This 400-page guide provides information on health, adaptive sports and recreation, accessible travel, disability rights, relationships and sexuality, fertility and parenting, adaptive technology, spinal cord research and much more.
The book is spiral bound to make it easy to handle from a wheelchair and goes beyond the informative with dozens of profiles of individuals with paralysis who are thriving members of the community. From soccer moms to well-known radio hosts, these survivors represent a true cross-section of people with spinal cord injury and disease.
The Los Angeles Times reports, “Spinal Network: The Total Resource for the Wheelchair Community” should be kept within reach by all wheelchair users and their companions.”
The New York Times says, “Often straight forward and informative, it is sometimes whimsical…an everyman’s guide to life as a paraplegic.”
Published in conjunction with New Mobility magazine and United Spinal Association, the book is available at Amazon.com, www.spinalnetwork.net or by calling 888/850-0344, ext. 209.
Spinal Network topics also include:
- Up-to-date information on activity-based recovery, the 21st Century therapy championed by the late Christopher Reeve
- Objective analysis of overseas stem cell treatments
- Details on how to live independently
- Tips for landing a job
- Innovators in the world of art, entertainment and media
- The role of spirituality and faith
- Inexpensive adaptations
- Understanding insurance options
ABOUT NO LIMITS COMMUNICATIONS, INC.
No Limits Communications, Inc., is a leading disability publisher whose titles include New Mobility magazine and the books Kids on Wheels, Enabling Romance and From There to Here. For more information, please see www.newmobility.com.
ABOUT UNITED SPINAL ASSOCIATION
United Spinal (www.unitedspinal.org) is a national 501(c)(3) non-profit membership organization formed in 1946 by paralyzed veterans and is dedicated to improving the quality of life for all Americans with spinal cord injuries, multiple sclerosis, spina bifida, ALS and post polio. It has played a significant role in writing the Americans with Disabilities Act, made important contributions to the Fair Housing Amendments Act and the Air Carrier Access Act. Membership is free and is open to all individuals with spinal cord disorders.
VetsFirst, a program of United Spinal Association, is the embodiment of United Spinal’s veterans service program.
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Kleo J. King
SOURCE United Spinal Association