Monthly Archive: July 2016

traumatic brain injury caregiver

Caring For My Husband After A Traumatic Brain Injury

Nine years ago, I would not have thought caregiving was rewarding. I became a full-time traumatic brain injury caregiver after my husband's accident at...

Gina Flores
Life After Spinal Cord Injury

Webinar Video: Life After Spinal Cord Injury

During this recorded webinar, Aaron Baker tells viewers about his journey of recovery and living a full life after spinal cord injury.

Aaron Baker
Spinal Cord Injury Lifestyle Specialist

Introducing our Spinal Cord Injury Lifestyle Specialist, Aaron Baker | Video

Shield HealthCare's Spinal Cord Injury Lifestyle Specialist talks about his injury, his recovery and tips for people who have spinal cord injuries.

Laura Cox, LPC
Nutrition and Breastfeeding

Breastfeeding Tips: Transitioning from Your Pregnancy Diet

Check out these breastfeeding tips and recommendations for when your little one arrives, and see what you should do different from when you were pregnant.

Sarah McIlvaine
Staying Fit In a Wheelchair

What People Don’t Know About Staying Fit In a Wheelchair

Originally published in Shape. Kristen Parisi doesn't let her spinal cord injury stop her from staying fit in a wheelchair.

Aimee Sharp
ADA Anniversary

Ms. Wheelchair Visit Marks ADA Anniversary

Heather Taylor, Ms. Wheelchair Florida 2016, celebrated the 26th ADA anniversary - the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Aimee Sharp
In a wheelchair

My Time in A Wheelchair Has Opened My Eyes to the Challenges

Graeme Kelly was "Unable to walk, shower alone, dress myself, or cook," and saw the "first-hand the challenges," that those in a wheelchair face.

Aimee Sharp
In a Wheelchair

I’m a Whole, Strong, Creative Woman … And I’m in a Wheelchair

Angelique Lele writes, "I have been in a wheelchair for three years and six months. Long enough to feel the weight of it but ..."

Aimee Sharp
Visualizing Recovery

Spinal Cord Injury: Visualizing Recovery

When you take an athlete in his or her prime and turn the physical switch off, what happens to their energy. Let's talk about visualizing recovery.

Aaron Baker
The Power of Written Intention

The Power of Written Intention

"I Will Walk" was a mental mantra I repeated to myself throughout rehabilitation. The power of written intention made my mantra a reality.

Aaron Baker
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