Join Individual Abilities in Motion in supporting those with spinal cord injuries and disorders as we discover, develop, and celebrate abilities. You can help by purchasing or selling tickets to I AM's 12 Days of Holiday Cheer, which is a raffle with prizes valued between $100 and $800. Each ticket [...]
We know that spinal cord injuries and disorders don't just affect the person that they are happening to. We are considering starting a family and friends support group and would love to get you thoughts on how it could be best organized. Please consider answering a few questions to help [...]
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Every year Resica Elementary School has a disability awareness week where the students learn about different disabilities all week. Last year I had the opportunity of going there with Diane, Lindsey, and Kevin of RollCall Wheelchair dance to teach and inspire the students about our endless capabilities, despite being in [...]
Hello All, This month's post coincides nicely with our bowling event which occurred on Saturday, March 19. When it comes to sports activities, bowling is no doubt one of the best for building camaraderie, and friendship. Gathered around a lane, bowlers can play on a level field against people from [...]
Hello All, We are excited to announce yet another way for us to stay in touch. You will now be able to opt in to receive text messages through our newest notification system. This system will allow us to notify you directly regarding activity updates or cancellations. Individuals who register [...]
Hello All, Music is quite possibly one of the most widely spoken languages in the world. Most people enjoy music in some way, whether through playing a musical instrument, or going to a live concert, and when we do these things we are communicating with each other. Unfortunately, for some [...]
Hello All, This is another flashback. This time we have an article from September 21, 2014. This is a basic overview of the ADA. Enjoy reading! Our previous post discussed the history behind the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), beginning with the first US patent for a wheelchair, and ending [...]