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The Greater Orlando Spinal Cord Injury Network is a non-profit group for persons with SCI in the Orlando area. Their mission is to serve the needs of SCIs in employment, adaptive sports, recreation, social functions, networking, outreach, SCI prevention, and guest speakers for the group and the community.

 

  • Encourage independence and reintegration of people with Spinal Cord Injuries and other physical deficits into the community.
  • Identify and promote adaptive technologies to assist independence and reintegration of people with Spinal Cord Injuries and other physical deficits into the community.
  • Organize and participate in adaptive recreation and recreational activities.
  • Sponsor and promote adaptive sports (for recreation and competition).
  • Host and engage in social events (for example, picnics, parties, bowling, fishing, sporting events, lunches, dinners, etc.)
  • Educate about Spinal Cord Injuries and other physical deficits to patients, their families, care givers, personal assistants, health care professionals and the general public.
  • Provide support to the network of people and resources assisting people with physical deficits.
  • Support the best possible life for people with Spinal Cord Injuries and other physical deficits.
Peer mentoring support group
First and third Tuesday of every month At Orlando Regional Medical Center On the 14th floor In the adaptive living apartment