From wheelchair basketball to conquering the Coliseum, what are you doing to fun?
There are a growing number of sites of interest & assistance to those with SCI, but more are needed. Especially those of a not-for-profit nature who are obviously there to help without profiteering from the SCI community, whether right here at home or overseas.
Although in its development stage, one of the more recent not-for-profit organisations can be found here www.facebook.com/TheNextStepSpinalCordInjuryRecovery . This organisation known as The Next Step Spinal Cord Injury Recovery, has been formed by those affected by SCI, for those with a SCI, and is the most promising I've seen, restoring hope and about to open a not-for-profit recovery centre in Australia for SCI victims & their families.
I'm sure everyone will find their Facebook page motivational and I believe they're about to go live on the Web soon too.
A couple of SCI-related websites that I like are those of Atlanta's Shepherd Center http://www.shepherd.org/ and New Mobility magazine http://www.newmobility.com/
Social networkers might want to consider Pushrim. The site bills itself as 'A social network and support resource for friends, family, and survivors of spinal cord injury.' http://pushrim.com/
As a Therapist and Adaptive Fitness trainer I run a blog geared towards fitness for those living with a disability. fitdp23-nevergiveup.blogsport.com