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The Spinal Injuries Association is the leading national charity for spinal cord injured people and all those concerned with their well-being. Established in 1974 SIA offers information, advice and on-going support to spinal cord injured people on all aspects of living with their disability.

SIA's Public Affairs team raises the profile of the concerns and issues of the SCI community with the policy makers. Since our beginning, the SIA has championed many issues on behalf of the Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) community, has responded to various government consultations and has initiated and been involved in many successful political campaigns. In fact the birth of the SIA itself was a statement of intent, that things must change for the better concerning the services and support SCI people receive, awareness about the condition and the need to improve the environment for those with a post SCI. It is also worth noting that our campaigns have also benefited the wider disabled community.

SIA’s services include:

  • We have an Advice Line providing information.
  • Peer Support to assist those undergoing treatment in Spinal Cord Injuries Centres in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
  • A range of expert publications, including a bi-monthly magazine, addressing a wide spectrum of issues of interest and concern to spinal cord injured people
Please contact us at:  
Address: Spinal Injuries Association
  SIA House
  2 Trueman Place
  Milton Keynes
  MK6 2HH
Hours: 9.00am to 5.00pm Monday to Friday
Telephone: 0845 678 6633
Fax: 0845 070 6911
Advice line: Freephone 0800 980 0501 (9.30am to 1pm and 2.00pm to 4.30pm – Monday to Friday)
E-Mail: sia@spinal.co.uk
Website: www.spinal.co.uk
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