Our mission is to reach individuals and families affected by spinal cord injury and disease, inspire the newly injured through role models and peer mentors, support individuals and families as they begin their post injury journeys, empower individuals with spinal cord injury/disease to reach their goals and dreams.
We are pleased to announce the formation of the Spaulding New England Regional Spinal Cord Injury Center (SNERSCIC) Model System, representing a merger of the Spaulding-Harvard Spinal Cord Injury Model System and the New England Regional Spinal Cord Injury Center Model System.
The hub of our SCI program is the Spaulding-Harvard Spinal Cord Injury Model Systems (SCIMS) Rehabilitation Program, led by SCI experts at Spaulding Boston, a Center of Excellence in SCI rehabilitation.
Journey Forward is a non-profit organization dedicated to bettering the lives of those with spinal cord injuries or disability. We provide an exercise based program working to achieve some of the most basic lifelong functions and benefits for our clients. Exercise is important for those living with paralysis.
The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis is considered the premier investigative research program targeting spinal cord and brain injuries. The Miami Project team includes more than 200 scientists, researchers, clinicians, and support staff who take innovative approaches to the challenges of spinal cord and brain injuries.
The Reeve Foundation is dedicated to curing spinal cord injury by funding innovative research, and improving the quality of life for people living with paralysis through grants, information and advocacy.
The MSKTC works closely with researchers in the 14 Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) Model System Centers to develop resources for people living with spinal cord injury and their supporters. These user-friendly resources are grounded in evidence and available in a variety of formats such as printable PDF documents and videos.
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