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Pediatric rehabilitation programs and health insurance >Pediatric rehabilitation programs and health insurance

It’s never too early to investigate rehabilitation centers to make sure the facility supports your child’s health.

Education for children living with paralysis >Education for children living with paralysis

From preschool to high school, it’s important to be aware of available educational services.

Choosing a college to best fit your child's needs >Choosing a college to best fit your child's needs

Prepare for the college selection process and get smart about higher education and disability services.

Books and videos for children and teens >Books and videos for children and teens

Help your child learn about paralysis by offering resources that are both fun and educational.

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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.

Lending library >Lending library

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SCI Research 101 >SCI Research 101

Don't Call It A Miracle: The Movement To Cure Spinal Cord Injury by Kate Willette covers research basics.

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