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People with quadriplegia and paraplegia get a chance to experience paintball in an epic...

Published: August 13, 2018 | Spinal Cord Injury: ,

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va – On Monday, a group of 20 quadriplegics and paraplegics in wheelchairs battled head-to-head on the paintball field to spread a great message.

Quadriplegics and paraplegics go on skydiving adventure

Published: August 14, 2017 | Spinal Cord Injury: ,

A group of people with spinal cord injuries visited iFly Virginia Beach to experience what it feels like to skydive.

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WVEC) — Two dozen people with spinal cord injuries left wheelchairs firmly on the ground as they floated above it Saturday.

Determined2Heal Foundation sponsored and adventure at iFLY Virginia Beach that allowed quadriplegics and paraplegics to experience what it feels like to skydive.

Paralyzed Carolina bride still hopes to walk again

Published: January 2, 2012

A North Carolina woman who got married last summer after a poolside accident left her paralyzed isn’t walking yet, but she hasn’t given up on learning to move on her own again.

Rachelle Friedman Chapman is stronger after training for almost three weeks in October at Project Walk, a spinal cord injury recovery center in Carlsbad, Calif. And the 26-year-old from Knightdale, near Raleigh, hopes to return for more training that could help her walk for the first time since the accident just weeks before her original wedding date.

“You see people standing up out of their wheelchair, people who are relearning how to walk,” Chapman said in a recent phone interview.

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