Our local Breeze peer groups provide an upbeat place for people to connect with others who have experienced a similar life-changing injury.
We have select adaptive equipment, including portable ramps, available for individuals to borrow at no cost to fill a temporary need or try out before purchasing.
Information and Referral
Our staff are dedicated to answering questions, identifying resources, and referring individuals to the most appropriate services.
We help young people reduce their risk of brain and spinal cord injury by bringing the ThinkFirst injury prevention program to schools in the Midlands.
We educate professionals and community groups about day-to-day life with a spinal cord injury and the role of our association.
Our volunteer peer visitors make one-on-one visits to individuals and families adjusting to spinal cord injury.
We identify and promote research which offers opportunities for individuals with spinal cord injuries to participate in relevant studies.
Business ventures of individuals with spinal cord injuries are promoted free through the association’s website page and social media.
Our WIND conference offers a variety of speakers, vendors, and hands-on activities that highlight the possibilities available after injury.
Self-Advocacy program for eighth grade students with disabilities.