For individuals with spinal cord injury or related disability & their families/caregivers, seeking opportunities to connect with and meet others who are going through the same/similar experiences are invited to check out our peer groups and membership meetings!
Connect with others for social, education and resources information exchange. Join your peers to discuss topics relating to your injury, share information and resources, and partake in various recreation and social activities that will help you better adjust to life with a spinal cord injury or related disability and become more independent.
For more information contact Erin Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dates: 4th Tuesday of the month – April, September & December
Time: 5:30-7:00 PM
5701 W. 110th St. Overland Park, KS 66211
For more information contact Ali Daugherty
Peer mentoring takes place between a peer mentor who has adjusted and progressed in spite of a spinal cord injury or disease and a peer mentee who is newly spinal cord injured or diagnosed with a spinal disease. Peer mentors can help peer mentees adjust to life with a spinal cord injury as well as with health, social and lifestyle issues that the peer is experiencing. When someone becomes part of a peer mentoring program, they greatly benefit and dramatically shorten the time it takes to reach their new goals. Contact us to learn more about peer mentoring.
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