Useful resources

Your role as a caregiver >Your role as a caregiver

A letter from Dana Reeve to fellow caregivers on the valuable support they provide to their loved ones.

Resources for caregivers >Resources for caregivers

Here are a few caregiving tips and resources compiled by our team of information specialists.

Webcast: Dr. Dan on care >Webcast: Dr. Dan on care

A discussion with family therapist, Dr. Dan Gottlieb, on what it's like to be on the giving and receiving ends of care.

Moral Distress: Searching for True North >Moral Distress: Searching for True North

Frequently experienced by care receivers and caregivers because of the inherent ethical complexities of healthcare today.


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Paralysis Resource Guide >Paralysis Resource Guide

Our free guide is an essential tool for everyone living with paralysis.

Wallet cards >Wallet cards

Get handy wallet cards with vital information that could save your life. Available for both adults and kids.

Fact sheets A-Z >Fact sheets A-Z

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Patient education booklets >Patient education booklets

On many secondary conditions that can occur as a result of paralysis

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