This is where the staff of the Reeve Foundation is sharing up-to-the-minute information and putting some context around the news affecting the spinal cord injury and paralysis community. Not to mention insight into what's going on here at the Foundation.
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"The key is definitely that life is not over." Read More
Obesity: we know it affects millions. Michelle Obama has created the "Let's Move!' campaign to help kids. But now it's our turn, so we created a "Fitness and Nutrition group" in the online community. Read More
Catching a cab can sometimes be difficult enough, how about catching a cab when you're a wheelchair user? Read the experiences that one mom wrote about her daughter... Read More
Move over Dancing with the Stars, there are wheelchairs taking over the dance floor! Read More
Earlier this week I was surprised when I walked into a local supermarket and saw the employees setting up Christmas trees and holiday decorations. It was October 24 -- two months before Christmas Eve to be exact. I love Thanksgiving and hate that it gets overlooked, but people there is still Halloween, too! Read More
It’s that wonderful time of the year again! Of course I mean the release of the new, updated 2011 Guide to the Best Apps for Individuals Living with Paralysis. Read More
(The article below about the late Robert Heim was written by Reeve Foundation volunteer, Steve McAuley, who interviewed Robert's brother, Thomas, to learn more about what inspired Mr. Heim's thoughtful estate gift to the Reeve Foundation. A photo of "Bob" and their mother follows.) Read More
I know I am biased because of my love for animals, but I couldn't help but to share these photos from CBS News. Read More
Promoting Health and Preventing Disease for People with Disabilities: CDC's Public Health Approach to Disability
Join us for a Webinar on Tuesday, October 25. Read More
This note came to us from Team Reeve runner Allegra Felter and we just had to share. She is dedicated and ready as ever to cross that finish line of the 2011 ING New York City Marathon on November 6 for Team Reeve! Here's her letter: Read More
This is the meaning of giving back... Read More
Donna Lowich is one of our Information Specialist
. She spends her day on the phone answering questions from friends, family, caregivers, and people living with paralysis, as she does. Read More