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3.7. Exercise Program for Individuals with Spinal Cord Injuries

From the National Center on Physical Activity and Disability
NCPAD is an information center concerned with physical activity and disability. They have information and resources for EVERYONE, from guidelines to consider before starting any kind of exercise program to factsheets on many popular activites, games, recreational pursuits, and sports that have been adapted to allow people with disabilities to participate as fully as they wish, become as active as they wish.
 
Exercise Program for Individuals with Spinal Cord Injuries: Paraplegia VHS/DVD and Quick Series Book
It is designed for individuals with paraplegia, and features a 25-minute aerobic segment, as well as strengthening, and flexibility segments for a well-rounded exercise program. The NCPAD Quick Series Guide on Exercise for Individuals with Spinal Cord Injuries: Paraplegia is a pocket-sized reference guide on exercise for individuals with paraplegia. This is an excellent resource that can be used to complement the exercise video, or as a guide while exercising in your home or at the fitness center.

Exercise Program for Individuals with Spinal Cord Injuries: Tetraplegia VHS/DVD & Quick Series Bookl
This new release is the second exercise video produced by the National Center on Physical Activity and Disability, and the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago (RIC), and funding for duplication and distribution provided by the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation. The NCPAD Quick Series Guide on Exercise for Individuals with Spinal Cord Injuries: Tetraplegia is a pocket-sized reference guide on exercise for individuals with tetraplegia. This is an excellent resource that can be used to complement the exercise video, or as a guide while exercising in your home or at the fitness center.

Exercise Tips for Power Mobility Device Users
From the The National Center on Physical Activity and Disability newsletter September 2009

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