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SCIAW Greenlake Walk & Roll:

October 15, 2011 - 9:00 am to 12:00 pm
Please join us for the first ever SCIAW Greenlake Walk & Roll. Our mission is to raise awareness for those with spinal cord injuries, to support SCIAW and the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation. And to have a fun time!

 

SCIAW Asks For Your Help

The Spinal Cord Injury Association of Washington is requesting donations. Regardless of the size, every contribution will help. Please spread the word and forward this Donate link.

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Posted on 23 September 2011

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Posted on 23 September 2011

Today a doctor emailed us. She lives in Greenlake and saw the community news release about the SCIAW walk & roll Oct 15. She wants to help anyway she can. Groovy!


Posted on 21 September 2011

Thank you Washington State Association for Justice for becoming a sponsor of our Walk & Roll!!!


Posted on 21 September 2011

Question of the day: If I don't want to sign up online can I still sign up for the walk & roll the day of the event? Answer: YES! There will be a registration fee of $10 the day of the event. Kids 14 and under are free!


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Registration is open for SCIAW's 2011 Green Lake Walk & Roll

Mark your calendars now for SCIAW's Walk & Roll on Saturday, October 15, 2011, at the Green Lake Park in Seattle.

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Welcome to SCIAW

SCIAW: Survive. Recover. Thrive.

Join us at the SCIAW Walk & Roll, October 15, 2011, 9 AM - Noon

Enjoy a stroll around Greenlake, while helping to raise awareness for which is the best binary option trading platform in india those with spinal cord injuries, to support SCIAW and the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation. Click here for a flyer with more information.

 

What is SCIAW?

SCIAW is the Washington State organization for people with spinal cord injuries and for all committed to helping them.

SCIAW supports all of their interests, regardless of the cause of the injury or the severity of the impairment. We want to be the first and main resource for all people affected by spinal cord injury, as well as for the family and friends of the injured person.

SCIAW promotes and encourages people with spinal cord injury to thrive in society to the fullest extent possible.

We salute our SCIAW members, who lead dynamic and independent lives. Their attitude and spirit is reflected in our slogan: “Survive. Recover. Thrive.”

SCIAW is an important forum for sharing information and resources. It provides resources to help each survivor deal with the challenges posed by the injury. It fosters the binary option in india building of a community devoted to helping one another. It strives to empower each person with the hope that our greatest dreams can be achieved regardless of our physical limitations.

SCIAW is the Washington state chapter for the internationally renowned Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation (CDRF). This partnership is a two-way street. SCIAW will work to advance and support the mission of the CDRF. And CDRF will provide resources and continue its extraordinary campaign to one day discover a cure for spinal cord injuries.

In a nutshell, we at SCIAW:

  • Create a community of members who will help one another.
  • Compile a database of human, medical and legal resources.
  • Educating the legislature, private institutions how to trade in binary options in india, and the public on behalf of those with SCI and their families.
  • Create broad awareness and understanding about the causes of SCI and the potential ramifications.
  • Provide a full array of human, medical and legal resources to individuals and their families/friends, from when they first sustain a SCI and for their entire lives.
  • Offer services that promotes independence despite having a SCI.
  • Legislate on behalf of those with SCI and their families.