Websites by SIA Members

The list of links on this page highlights the wide variety of personal websites that have been developed by SIA members. If you have developed a non profit website concerning spinal cord injury and would like to have your website included in this list then please contact us by email. Don’t forget to read the linking rules first.

Access all areas logo Robin Kettle has become an Access Auditor and set up this site to  explain more about DDA regulations.
Art & Paralysis Shows artwork expressing the feelings and sensations of paralysis. Also an honest & accurate account of my life before my injury & how I have adapted to paralysis.
markbb Mark Bosanquet-Bryant C3/4 complete since 1986. A personal website with a wide range of info including computer and game console adaptions.
celebration A Celebration of Wheels, a fresh, positive spin on the wheelchair life.
Disability World Resource site, with information on many aspects of  disabled life.
Fredshed Fred’s site contains gardening products that he’s tested out   himself.
Inspired red The Inspired SCI Support Forum has been set up and developed by DJ a C6 quadriplegic from Canada and Lara a T12 paraplegic from the UK.
Paralympic sailor Michael set up this site for those interested in Competitive Sailing
Pete and Wendy Pete and Wendy’s information pages, Wendy is paraplegic and uses a wheelchair. Here you can find out a little more about ourselves, about our travels and wheelchair access in the places we have visited.
Spokz Spokz People is a website that offers counselling, support and training to people with physical disabilities
Tetraplegic living Visit Penn’s site, see where he lives and what he does for his hobbies.
Wheellife A directory of information on all leisure and lifestyle activities for the wheelchair user.
KREASS Kevin’s website is based around his life, living with a long term spinal injury and experience of both social care, continuing health care and Personal Health Budget.
Wheelchair world logo Susie Twydell has set up this site to help encourage travel.  It contains links to a wealth of experience and knowledge from other wheelchair users sharing their travel stories.