Personal Spinal Cord Injury Websites
This page is reserved for quality non-commercial related websites by individuals with a spinal cord injury or related spinal dysfunction. Their content may be of a more personal nature, yet many provide good resources. Add your website to this list.
A Quadriplegic and His Sister
An accounting of one man's struggle to overcome adversity and one family's struggle to cope with catastrophe.
Personal site of Asali Johnson, quadriplegic, with information and video of a day in her life.
A 501(c)3 nonprofit formed by Josh Basile after suffering a C4-C5 spinal cord injury. Its goal is to simplify the difficult transition families of newly injured patients will face when dealing with paralysis.
The Jeremy Edgar Fund
Site of Jeremy Edgar, a C6/7 quadriplegic per an auto acident in 2003. Follow his progress after in his journal after his surgery in Lisbon, Portugal.
Jim Bouder Fundraising Effort
Personal site designed and built by a quadriplegic and new media designer. Described his story and personal struggle.
Laugh With Me, Cry With Me
"Living through grief, disability and pain and finding the joy." The personal stories and resources of how Darla Greven copes.
Love Like This Life
A candid, personal blog chronicling the lives of a young quadriplegic and his wife, as they face the daily challenge of disability, with love lighting the way.
Mr. Mans Home Page
Mike Hodge, a complete C 4/5 Quad sharing a bit of how he lives. Features a tour of his adaptive house and equipment.
The SCI Zone .com
A collection of information on Spinal Cord Injury. Information collected from only the best spinal cord injury resources by Michael, a quadriplegic.
Scott W Fedor
Chronicles the journey of a spinal cord injury survivor. The site also provides a unique perspective about living with an SCI, and links to helpful information on spinal cord injuries.
Site by Mike Di Scipio, a C4/5 quadriplegic. His site advocates the advancement of human embryonic stem cell research legislation in New York State. This educational website focuses on informing visitors on the status, and importance, of stem cell research.
Information gathered on SCI by "Weasel", a C-5 paraplegic. Features information about his life as a spinal cord injured person.
Woodings Website is run by as C5/6 tetraplegic who broke his neck diving into a swimming pool. His disability hasn't stopped him from enjoying life.