If you type “Spinal Cord Injury” into a search engine, you will get over 8,000,000 web pages about spinal cord injury! How do you search through all of this and find valid sources that give you what you need when you need it?

NERSCIC created the SCI Guide as the first of its kind to give the SCI community a place to find and recommend the best websites on SCI. As nothing can take the place of the experiences of other people with SCI, these sites are chosen by you, for you. When you find a great online resource, use the SCI Guide to spread the word and let other people know. You can recommend a new site or review any site listed any time. To be listed, websites have to offer high quality information and resources that can be accessed directly online for free by anyone in the country. Explore the SCI Guide at www.sciguide.org.

The SCI Guide was developed and is maintained by the New England Regional Spinal Cord Injury Center (NERSCIC).  The development of this project was funded by the National Institute on Disability & Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR).

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