Who we are
Our online community is as diverse as its members.
People with spinal cord injury: young and old, experienced and inexperienced
Spouses, friends, relatives, and colleagues of people with spinal cord injury
Experts, researchers and employees of the Swiss Paraplegic Group in Nottwil
We are all the Community.
Why we exist
No matter if you roll or walk – life is what you make it.
We are convinced that, together, we can achieve more for people in a wheelchair and others who play a part in their lives.
Read our Community Manifesto. Because getting up starts in your mind.
How we roll
This Community is as good as we make it.
We promote a positive atmosphere where mutual respect and understanding are highly valued. Diverse opinions are welcomed, and insults and abuse are not tolerated.
If we like posts, we let the author know. Giving a 'like' or leaving a comment helps us promote a lively discussion and a committed Community.
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Registration is very simple. All you need is your email address, username of your choice and password.
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Latest Blog articles
“Returning to the circus ring 14 years after my accident”
Silke Pan was an acrobat until she slipped during a trapeze number and broke her back. She is now on tour again in EuropeRead 2023-07-02
How accessible are the Swiss music festivals 2023?
Festival season has started – but are the festivals accessible for wheelchair users? We are taking a closer look at five big Swiss music festivalsRead 2023-05-25
The wonderful world of wearables for wheelchair users
An exploration of the benefits and limitations of fitness trackers, with insights from two researchers and firsthand experience from a wheelchair user with the Apple WatchRead