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Spinal Cord Injury Resource Group



The Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) Resource Group is composed of a diverse group of individuals with various levels of spinal cord injuries.  The group meets every other month to discuss a variety of issues related to SCI including:

  • Spinal Cord Injury Resources

  • Adaptive Sports and Recreation

  • Current Research Trends

  • Vocational Opportunities

  • Daily Living/Coping and Adaption

  • Feelings and Emotions/Family Issues


The SCI Resource Group serves as a place to ask questions, provide answers, and explore new ideas.  It offers learning experiences through group discussions and educational presentations, while simultaneously providing a comfortable setting to meet other individuals with spinal cord injuries.


This program offers support and resources to newly injured SCI patients.  New patients are visited while still in the hospital by persons with similar levels of injury as a resource to answer questions about issues of daily life and living with SCI.

Group facilitator
Mary Kunz, Injury Prevention Educator, VIP Speaker



St. Mary’s of Michigan Towne Centre (corner of Schust and Towne Centre) Conference Room
4599 Towne Centre Rd.
Saginaw, MI 48604


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