To The Person Trying To Hold Everything Together

To the person trying to hold everything together, First of all, I am sorry you are going through such a difficult time. Life is not fair and you are being faced with so much. Please know you are not alone. The first year is very difficult. The grief, the sadness, the fear and the unknown […]

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Life Of A Caregiver: Always On Standby

My fiancé of 11 years was injured while we were vacationing in Cuba in 2016. Were about to mark the calendars for his 8th “injuryaversary”. You know, each year when Caregiver Awareness Month comes around, I’m hesitant to speak up  in that seeing oneself as a caregiver is deeply encompassed by stigma. It means a […]

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SCI Awareness Month: Sarah Winkelmann’s Health Journey

For WAGS of SCI, SCI Awareness Month is not just about our partners.. it’s about all the ways this injury can impact them as well as their loved ones and caregivers. Meet Sarah Winkelmann, a QuadWife who started losing herself after her husband’s injury. Read on as she details her amazing journey back to herself! […]

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SCI Awareness Month: #Quadwife Jaimie Twining

For SCI Awareness Month, Quadwife Jaimie details her experience with “accessible” travel  “I was at a wedding recently where they had a Greek tradition called koufeta. The saying goes “the hardness of the almonds represents endurance, while the candy coating represents the sweetness of the couples life ahead.” It’s connected to a small bag of […]

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SCI Awareness Month: #Quadwife Dayna Cruz “My husband Chris sustained a C4-C6 SCI back in 2018 in Cartagena Colombia. It was the night before our friends wedding and what was suppose to be the start to our “honeymoon”. Let’s back track a little, we were kind of still newlyweds and had pushed our honeymoon back […]

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SCI Awareness Month: Brittany Wilson This month of September is SCI Awareness Month, and we are bringing you stories and insights from our WAGS of SCI community. Read on for Brittany Wilson’s experience! “Life after sci is like a club you really never wanted to join, and yet now that you are in it you […]

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WAGS of SCI Day is November 4th

Friday, November 4th Is International WAGS of SCI Day! Why WAGS of SCI Day? In the SCI community there are plenty of days to celebrate milestones of those living with Spinal Cord Injuries. But what about the partners of those who are injured? At WAGS of SCI our mission is to highlight the celebrations, lives […]

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