Our Vision

We envision a society where people with paralysis are no longer isolated and can return to being active members of the community. In order to realize that goal, we need to unite our community and find strength in the power of our experiences.

About Us

SPINALpedia is a social mentoring network and video archive that allows the spinal cord injury community to motivate each other with the knowledge and triumphs gained from our individual experiences.


We demonstrate a variety of paraplegic floor to wheelchair transfers (traditional and staying in chair) - both independent and assisted... show more
Cambry and I put an Elevator IN OUR HOUSE!! And it is awesome. Fully electric, futuristic, and quiet. Our lift was made by a company ca... show more

theophania791 day ago

best. hubby. ever.
During Summer 2019, Sarasota County supported a powered wheelchair rental pilot program on Siesta Key at the public beach operated by T... show more

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LETS FACE IT WHO DOESN'T LOVE COFFEE?? I KNOW IN OUR HOUSE ITS A MUST!! SO I LEARNED HOW TO MAKE IT MYSELF :)

theophania791 day ago

And here I am Ms. Lazy having my PCA do it. I need to get on this :D
At Wrapsesh, we specialize in the detailed and intricate jobs that many other shops refuse to tackle. These time intensive jobs, howeve... show more
Episode 2: New York - Part 5
Our finale takes us to the very top of New York City, where we recap and reflect on the highs and lows of... show more
I've shared quite a few peeks into my life, but haven't ever taken you through my house. This week, I'd like to share where I live. Joi... show more
Rollstuhl fahren mit den Augen? Ja, es ist möglich! Blinzeln, nach rechts oder links schauen – so sagt man dem Elektrorollstuhl, wo ... show more
The message in today's video is inspired by Dave Hollis, CEO of The Hollis Co., who is a runner, and honors me and all disabled people ... show more
The organization’s program, Wheels for the World, has collected, restored and shipped about 175,000 wheelchairs to nations in need.
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In this video we take Jaynee to her first BYU football game. I also talk about how we get around when we have to bring the wheelchair a... show more