The newly formed Greater Philadelphia Chapter of the United Spinal Association is planning a kick-off celebration on Saturday, September 12. The event offers fun and a chance to learn more about the new organization and adaptive sports and other resources in the area.
The event will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Pennsylvania Center for Adaptive Sport's Boat House parking lot at 1233 Martin Luther King Drive in Philadelphia.
The United Spinal Association Greater Philadelphia Chapter (United Spinal Philadelphia for short) is the regional chapter of the United Spinal Association serving the Tri-state area (Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware). It is an independent nonprofit organization.
The mission of the United Spinal Association Greater Philadelphia Chapter is to create a network of support for individuals and families who are living with spinal cord injuries/diseases. The organization’s outreach is aimed at improving the lives of its members and others through ongoing advocacy, support, socialization, education and research.
Former MossRehab patients Randy Duchesneau and Alysse Einbender are board members of the new organization, along with Beth Jacobs, RN, CCM, CRRN, clinical coordinator of the MossRehab Spinal Cord System of Care.
Here is a video about the new chapter:
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