According to the World Health Organisation a spinal cord injury (SCI) is one of the most devastating and life changing injuries that a person can sustain. However following medical and rehabilitation intervention and with the relevant support, a SCI is not only survivable but an individual can continue to lead the life that they had envisaged prior to injury. SII is the only support and service agency in Ireland for people who have sustained a spinal cord injury and their families. We provide a person centred service to assist people to engage fully in society. Recent research shows that 76% of people in Ireland are unemployed. The European average for unemployment is 49%.

 

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Hidden Injuries

“The support of SII means so much to me because I feel like they really care about my needs. They are always there to provide assistance, support and guidance through home visits or the regional meetings. It felt good to link in with someone like SII after my injury” – Shane, Wexford

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Martina’s story – Living with chronic pain after a SCI

Martina Curtis (51) from Dublin sustained a spinal cord injury in 2012 when she was 47 years old. Martina was attending a 50th birthday celebration at her sister’s house when she jumped onto a trampoline with her nephew and fell the wrong way. The fall resulted in her sustaining a C4/C5 spinal cord injury

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Rochestown Ave,
Dun Laoghaire,
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