This second half of the year you maybe have seen Fundashon Alton Paas with more small live events. That was part of our growth and to be more connected with our supporters and potential supporters. This creates the opportunity that people can better understand the...read more
Last month we published our latest blog about Roger Daal. He suffered a spinal cord injury during a vacation. His story is a true example of not giving up and looking his situation from a positive perspective where he has helped him self and also other in the same...read more
Prior to 2014, before we hosted the first congress, the experience for someone with a spinal cord injury usually was that when you finished rehabilitation, it was as if that was the end of the line; there was nothing left that could be done to maintain or improve your...read more
- September 28, 2018 6:00 pmUnderstanding Spinal Cord Injury And The Life After Congress
- September 29, 2018 9:00 amUnderstanding Spinal Cord Injury and The Life After Congress
- September 30, 2018 9:00 amUnderstanding Spinal Cord Injury and The Life After Congress
- December 21, 2018 7:00 pmYear End Gathering
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Scientists developing robust method to treat spinal cord injuries using nose cells Researchers have designed a new way to grow nose cells in the lab heralding hope for sufferers of spinal cord injuries, including those who are wheelchair bound. Griffith University’s...
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In UCLA study, magnetic stimulation of lower spine eliminates need for catheter for up to 4 weeks 08/22/2018 UCLA neuroscientists, led by Dr. Daniel Lu, stimulated the lower spinal cord through the skin with a magnetic device placed at the lumbar spine. More than 80...