The Good & Bad of Sustaining an SCI When You’re Older

According to those who know these things, people who sustain spinal cord injuries today are nearly 14 years older than their counterparts from 40 years ago. In 1980 the average age of a person sustaining an SCI was the late-20s, but now it’s 43. We’re often quick to assume young people are more adaptable. Still, these four wheelers who became injured as established adults show that older sometimes…


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