Our Annual Winter Benefit
My Kinda Party...
Was a HUGE success!!
Thanks to everyone who attended and a very special thank you to our sponsors.
CORBOY & DEMETRIO
ELITE CARE MANAGEMENT
RONALD & DIANA NAWROCKI
Bank of America Chicago Marathon Sunday, October 8, 2017
If you have your own entry for the marathon, you can choose to join our team and fundraise for SCIA. Limited spots available! Register today to join our team!!
Interested in joining our team?
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 708-671-1808 for our commitment form and registration link.
SCIA is honored to be a part of the
Bank of America Chicago Marathon.
What is Beyond Boundaries?
The Beyond Boundaries Outdoor Adventure is progressive recreation program presented by Adaptive Adventures and the Spinal Cord Injury Association of Illinois. The program consists of three days and two nights of activities that bring together teams of spinal cord injured persons (ages 18-60) from rehabilitation hospitals.
Beyond Boundaries utilizes camping, hiking, cycling, kayaking, rock climbing, and other outdoor activities as tools designed to promote exercise, experiential learning, and socializing with their peers. This is a unique multi-day opportunity not currently being offered anywhere in the region. Individual participants are welcome and will be placed on a team.
A support group provides a mutual benefit to the entire group through shared information and support of one another. Along with family and medical support, there is nothing comparable to having peers. Talking with people who have been through similar situations and experiences is beneficial to the group as a whole. You will be welcomed in an environment that provides an opportunity to explore your inner thoughts and feelings without judgement, an awareness of common needs and strengths, as well as shared information. Support groups provide an active listening place and promote a sense of being understood.
Advocate Christ Medical Center
4440 W 95th Street
Oak Lawn, IL 60453
Mercedes Rauen 708-671-1808