Life With Spinal Cord Injuries or Related Disabilities (SCI/D)
If you are an individual with a spinal cord injury or related disability and are seeking to connect with others who are going through the same experiences, this group is for you! Open to individuals of all ages. Participants under the age of 18 will need a parent/guardian present. Join your peers to discuss topics relating to your injury, share information and resources, and partake in recreation and social activities that will help you better adjust to life with a spinal cord injury and becoming more independent.
Join your peers to discuss topics relating to your injury, share information and resources, and partake in various recreation and social activities that will help you better adjust to life with a spinal cord injury or related disability and become more independent.
Meets on different days and at various times each month depending on the host group. Host groups are: The Whole Person, the Greater Kansas City Spinal Cord Injury Association and MidAmerica Rehabilitation Hospital.
Contact for more information:
Join the SCI/D Facebook group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/TWPSCIgroup/
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For individuals with spinal cord injury or related disability & their families/caregivers, seeking opportunities to connect with and meet others who are going through the same/similar experiences are invited to check out our peer groups and membership meetings!
Connect with others for social, education and resources information exchange.
This month's meeting will be hosted by The Whole Person. We have continued to rotate each month between MidAmerica Rehab Hospital, Greater Kansas City Spinal Cord Injury Association, and The Whole Person.
The Whole Person will host April, July, and October again this year on the third Thursday of each month.
The Midwest Ability Summit (formerly the Kansas City Ability Expo) is collaboration between several metro-wide organizations. Our purpose is to create a truly metro-wide ability expo for those with disabilities and older adults, their families, caregivers, healthcare professionals and as an educational opportunity for the entire Greater Kansas City community.