Arkansas Spinal Cord Foundation (ASCF) announces the Sandra Turner Memorial Scholarships for 2020 with a “CALL FOR APPLICATIONS.” We encourage those wanting to further their education to apply. ASCF’s mission is to improve the quality of life … - Read More >
Come Join Us for Our First Adaptive Bowling Event for The Spinal Cord Injury And Disability Community of Arkansas!
November 2, 2019 12-2 pm
Free Bowling And Lunch Provided!
Our Little Rock location is moving!
We will no longer be located in the Prospect Building on N. University. We're moving just a few miles down the road to:
Freeway Medical Tower
5800 W 10th St
Little Rock, AR 72204
Southern Sportsmen Foundation is pleased to announce their 2019 hunt schedule for whitetail deer. This hunt is for individuals that have a severe mobility impairment &/or a life-threatening illness.
The youth “Hunt of a Lifetime” will be … - Read More >
From the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation:
A voice is a powerful thing. For individuals living with paralysis, it can be their greatest asset. The Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation and Google Nest are joining forces to provide up to … - Read More >
Save the Date for the 2019 Brain Injury Conference:
Friday, August 9, 2019
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Benton Event Center
For more information, please contact John Hopkins
Register online at … - Read More >
Spina Bifida Camp is just about a month away! Last year was a lot of fun for campers. Don't miss out on your chance to join the adventure this year!
Camp is June 16-21 at Camp Aldersgate in Little Rock. The application deadline is May 25, … - Read More >
REMINDER: This new law is in effect. Please be sure to educate friends and family on the use of van accessible parking spaces. The … - Read More >
The Arkansas Spinal Cord Foundation presents Shooting for a Cause!
The shooting trap will benefit children and adults with SCI/D. This event will be held on Saturday, March 9 at the Arkansas Game & Fish Trap Shooting Complex.
February … - Read More >
Lindsey Overman and her daughter are attempting to break the world record for longest line of moving wheelchairs. The current record is 351. The event will take place on April 6, 2019 at the University of Central Arkansas HPER Center in … - Read More >