This month’s survey is looking at the experience of meeting people post injury especially about the online dating experience for individuals living with spinal cord injury. Online dating has become so popular in the recent […]
This month’s survey is looking at your health care insurance and if it provides everything you need to live a healthy life. If not, what are the things you feel you would benefit from receiving […]
Wheelchair repair is essential to your mobility, your independence, your ability to contribute to, and participate in society.
However, your access to wheelchair repair services is being restricted by Medicare’s policies.
It is critical that you have […]
The Rehabilitation Research and Training Center (RRTC) on Employment of People with Physical Disabilities is conducting focus groups for people with physical disabilities about their work experiences. They want to know how participants found or […]
Graduate students in the Master of Occupational Therapy program at Cleveland State University are conducting a survey to understand the habits and perspectives of individuals who have experienced a spinal cord injury (SCI) in the […]
Researchers at the University of Miami are conducting a new survey for people living with spinal cord injuries (SCI) over the age of 18 to provide direct input on factors that encourage or discourage participation […]
This month’s survey is looking at primary health care needs for individuals with spinal cord injury (SCI). Seeing a Primary Care Physician (PCP) is often considered important for addressing general healthcare needs and for preventive […]
This month’s in depth survey focuses on wheelchair needs and obstacles. Some colleagues of ours in the Netherlands are working to develop a new mechanism that could improve wheelchair function, and need your feedback to […]
Health insurance reform is finally here! What are your thoughts about it?
Let us know, take this short survey being conducted by United Spinal’s UsersFirst program.
We’ll be talking about the Affordable Care Act and your healthcare […]
Researchers at the University of Rochester, School of Nursing, are conducting a study that is looking at the feasibility of an internet-based intervention to improve self-management and outcomes related to intermittent catheterization (IC) in people […]