Resources In Alabama Behavioral Services The process of moving forward following a Traumatic Brain and/or Spinal Injury suffered by an individual impacts their family, friends and associates. Read More U.S. Federal Government We connect people with disabilities, their families and caregivers to the official benefits websites of the U.S. government to help you get the support you need. Read More Rehabilitation Services Quality of life for people living with paralysis due to a Traumatic Brain and/or Spinal Injury, improves exponentially with extensive therapy and rehabilitation. Read More Vendors This section provides information on resources for medical equipment, patient care, medical supplies, communications equipment, and much more. Read More Legal Services Legal services are frequently required by individuals and their families when struggling with some of the issues arising from a Traumatic Brain or Spinal Injury. Read More Transportation Services This section contains providers of transportation services equipped for the disabled in your local community, throughout the state and to various locations nationally. Read More Clinical Services The clinics listed represent a mix of free service, charge according to ability and charge for service not covered by insurer and/or governmental agency. Read More Home Modifications For an individual with a disability, accessibility is making your home safe for everyone, regardless of their temporary or permanent physical condition. Read More State of Alabama The state of Alabama seeks to equip people with disabilities, the resources and tools needed to be independent and connected within the community. Read More Physician Services Patients with Traumatic Brain and Spinal Injuries require physicians who have developed specialty expertise in treating individuals with these conditions. Read More Events These organizations periodically hold fund raisers, group gatherings, parties and festivals geared toward developing a sense of community. Read More Residential Placement Locating residential services for individuals with physical, mental, and intellectual disabilities, which enable them to live more independently in the community, can be a difficult task. Read More Recent Discussions Search for: Viewing 2 topics - 1 through 2 (of 2 total) Topic Voices Posts Freshness Share Your Experiences Started by: Staff in: Spinal Cord Injuries 1 1 4 months ago Staff Wecome To Our Online Community! Started by: Staff in: General 1 2 4 months ago Staff Viewing 2 topics - 1 through 2 (of 2 total) More Latest Blog Post Paralyzed Man Who Walks After 25 YearsAugust 27, 2014 This is the story of John Maclean a determined paralyzed man, who walks after 25 years: John Maclean at the age of... More Newsletter Signup Stay up to date with our latest news and alerts.