Receiving support from others is a basic human need. But some require it more than others.
Those carrying long-term spinal cord injuries will be delighted to hear of the existence of a Canadian not-for-profit organization that specializes in identifying and solving urgent challenges in the field.
By pushing for global collaboration between theorists and practitioners, the aim is to create a bridge between evidence gathering and delivery, lab work and the physical act of care.
Transforming knowledge into action has the potential to improve the health of millions of people.
Perhaps one day we’ll see the back of such injuries.