The Strasbourg Declaration
These eleven Resolutions were the outcome of the first ever European Conference on Independent Living. It was a unique and historical occasion that took place over three days in 1989 at the European Parliament in Strasbourg.

Equal Opportunities Statement

Our policy on confidentiality and access to personal information.

External Websites

Spinal Injuries Association
Since its inception, SIA as a user-led organisation, has striven to provide appropriate services for spinal cord injured people from the moment of injury and for the rest of their lives.

Association for Spinal Injury Research, Rehabilitation, and Reintegration (ASPIRE)
Through its projects and programmes, Aspire offers practical support to the 40,000 people living with spinal cord injury in the UK so they can lead full and independent lives in their homes, with their families, in work-places and leisure time.

The British Limbless Ex-Service Men’s Association (BLESMA)

Leonard Cheshire Disability
Leonard Cheshire Disability campaign for change and provide innovative services that give disabled people the opportunity to live life their way.

Supporting People
The Supporting People programme offers vulnerable people the opportunity to improve their quality of life by providing a stable environment which enables greater independence.

Active Assistance UK
Established in 1992, Active Assistance provides the very best live-in care for adults and children with physical disabilities.

Back-Up Trust
The Back-Up Trust is a national charity that supports people; young or old with spinal cord injury.

The SpinalNet team has expert knowledge of spinal cord injury.