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Resources for Support Groups


To help you easily access information and materials for your support group from the Reeve Foundation’s website, below is a list of our popular pages and resources.

National Paralysis Resource Center
From this page, you can access, download and order lots of resources, including:

  • Paralysis Resource Guide: a 400+ page guidebook for living a healthy, active and independent life with paralysis
  • Fact Sheets: provide information and resources on a vast array of topics
  • State Resource Lists: contain information on resources in a variety of categories for every state
  • Wallet Cards: offer vital information about secondary conditions that impact people living with paralysis; wallet cards on autonomic dysreflexia, sepsis and deep vein thrombosis are available

Ask Us Anything
This page provides information on how to contact the Paralysis Resource Center’s Information Specialists who provide information, resources and support to people living with paralysis, their family members/caregivers and healthcare professionals.From this page, you can schedule a call with an information specialist or send them a question via an online form.

Request a Mentor
If members of your support group would like one-on-one mentoring, they can request a Reeve Foundation certified peer mentor by completing a simple form or viewing profiles of some of our mentors; both options are available through this page.

Online Resource Map
Need to locate organizations and facilities that serve the paralysis community in your area? Use our online resource map to help you find them by simply entering your zip code.

Team Reeve®
This webpage will link you to a number of different ways to volunteer and become involved with the Foundation, including joining Team Reeve® and participating in advocacy initiatives.

Featuring blogs by community members, Reeve Foundation staff, Nurse Linda and others, this page is a great place to find information about and stories of living with paralysis.

If you have any questions about the information on this page or support groups, please email us at [email protected].

To order materials please email us at [email protected].