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  • SCI Awareness Month

    September is Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Month. This is a great time to go over what we know about spinal cord injuries, common misconceptions, and what’s been happening with research. What is an SCI? In short, a spinal cord injury (SCI) is damage to the spinal cord. This damage can cause permanent loss of sensation […]

  • Stuck Between CP Land and World Typical

    The Balancing Act in a Time Warp I left Gunnar’s preschool orientation, head swimming with so many thoughts. I’m such a fake, phony, hider, traitor to my Roa. He is off at kindergarten orientation with Daddy while I’m here, in the easy life of World Typical. He has face after smiling face getting up close […]

  • SCI Lessons

    Lessons I’ve learned from my accident… Being involved in a traumatic accident will forever change your life. It can be hard to keep a positive attitude when it seems like you’ve lost everything in the blink of an eye. You are surround by medical bills, loss of mobility, the pain of rehab, and you realize […]

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  • Busy Special Needs Family Routine

    Hazy Shades Time time time…. See what’s become of me.. Remember that eighties song? So fitting for my life these days. I thought when Roa started Kindergarten and Gunnar went to preschool a few hours 3 days a week, I would be swimming in a giant pool of time! Not so much. Routine is so […]

  • Spina Bifida Awareness Month

    Spina bifida is a birth defect that means “cleft spine”. It is the most common neural tube defect, affecting between 1,500 and 2000 babies in the US each year. By the 28th day of pregnancy, the spinal cord is enclosed in the fetus by the vertebra. Spina Bifida occurs when there is a problem in the […]

  • 5-minute Challenge

    Something that I wonder is what others would do if they were in my situation. Everyone deals with situations and handles things differently. For those of you who have not gone through this ordeal, how would you react to all of the sudden waking up and finding out you were paralyzed? What sort of things […]

  • every end has a new beginning

    I’ll never forget the moment the accident happened. I was riding in the backseat of the truck, my boyfriend and his mom in the front. The truck began to swerve, and the last thing I remember is looking up to see my boyfriends’ reaction. The next thing I know I’m on the ground and a […]

  • EasyStand Evolv

    In response to supplier demand, the EasyStand Evolv E3 was developed to lower the base price of an Evolv and make it more attainable in states with less than favorable reimbursement. The E3’s standard features are limited to the essentials, lowering the base price and allowing you to “build” on the options your clients need […]