Sunday, October 24, 2021

Tag: Reeve Foundation

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Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation

Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation Announces 100,000 Families Received One-on-One Assistance through the Paralysis...

The Paralysis Resource Center provides information, resources and grants to support the 5.4 million Americans living with paralysis SHORT HILLS, N.J., May 8, 2019 --...

No Flipping Excuses

https://youtu.be/ezW3R7OPaiY Changing the lives for those that are living with a disability. Their mission is to provide a home to person or family that has...

Couple comes closer together by seeking paralysis cure and competing in New York City...

This couple is in it for the long haul. For Rob Summers, 31, and Julie Grauert, 34, the New York City Marathon was an opportunity...

Superman to the rescue

Molly’s House awarded $10,000 for spinal cord respite care from the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation Molly’s House in Stuart has received a $10,000 Spinal...

Things you might not know about Autonomic Dysreflexia

The body is a series of checks and balances. This is true of muscles that push and countering muscles that pull. It is also...

Sabrina Cohen Foundation to open accessible beach in Florida

On July 2, the Sabrina Cohen Foundation will be opening an accessible beach to the public, funded by grants from the Craig H. Nielsen...

Paralyzed Veterans of America Announces New Partnership With the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation

Paralyzed Veterans of America (Paralyzed Veterans) announced April 11, 2016, its new partnership with the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation (Reeve Foundation). The organizations...

One scientist’s quest to fix broken spinal cords pays off with new hope for...

LOS ANGELES — There are tiny rat treadmills in the lab. And jars of Nutella, also for the rats. There are video cameras, heaps...

Five Years After Being Paralyzed from the Chest Down, Dustin Shillcox Completes the New...

After crossing the finish line in the New York City Marathon Sunday, hand cyclist Dustin Shillcox had a message for the millions of people living with paralysis. "I'm living proof nothing is impossible." The 31-year-old from Green River, Wyoming, is paralyzed from the chest down, but that didn't stop him from racing in the marathon and crossing the finish line in one hour, 46 minutes and 49 seconds.

Los Altos family backs The Big Idea

In the five years since Chris suffered a spinal cord injury resulting in paralysis, the Los Altos couple has pursued a cure for the injury doctors said would be permanent. A current research project gives them hope that Chris’s diagnosis could change.