Know Your Rights to Medical Care – COVID-19

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Know Your Rights to Medical Care – COVID-19

Under the Americans with Disabilities Act and other laws, you cannot be treated badly just because you have a disability or someone in your family has a disability, or because someone thinks you have a disability. You can ask for changes you need for your disability. The hospital and doctors have to help you unless …

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Disability Etiquette Training for Companies and Organizations

Spinal Network offers Disability Etiquette training to companies and organizations. The fee for this training is based on the location of the training and the number of attendees. Each training session is approximately 1.5 – 2 hours in length. Our training sessions are interactive allowing for questions and dialogue for better understanding of the content. …

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Complex Rehabilitation Technology (CRT) Update

December 20, 2019 CRT Stakeholders and Friends, We have something extra to be grateful for this Holiday season! Tonight the President signed into law H.R. 1865 that includes permanent protections for Complex Rehab Manual Wheelchairs and their accessories/components. This is a great win in our collective advocacy to protect access to Complex Rehab Technology (CRT).  …

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Grassroots Advocacy: Change Starts with You

Every day, members of the United Spinal community face unequal access or exclusion due to physical barriers and ineffective policies, practices, or procedures. When frustrations arise in healthcare, mobility, education, work or limitations in quality of life, through grassroots advocacy, your personal experience becomes the seed that can bring about necessary change. What Is Grassroots …

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National Disability Employment Awareness Month

This year’s NDEAM theme is The Right Talent, Right Now, which underscores the essential role that workers with disabilities play in America’s economic success, especially in an era when historically low unemployment and global competition are creating a high demand for skilled talent. “Every day, individuals with disabilities add significant value and talent to our workforce …

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