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Adaptive Waterski Day

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Wednesday, August 21, 2024
Tyngsboro, MA 01879

JTF in the News!

A story by Erika Tarantal and WCVB on a 2022 grant recipient!

About Our
Organization

Started in 2021, JTF is committed to impacting individuals living with a spinal cord injury by creating independence, accessing new and innovative opportunities, and providing resources that promote a better quality of life. Our three programs revolve around financial support, guided recreation therapy outside of the hospital, and education initiatives that promote awareness and injury prevention. 

Jack joins The Unexpected Journey podcast to talk about life with a disability and The Ride to Atlanta

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Quality of Life grants approved to individuals across New England

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Programs created to support independence, education, and overall well-being for people with SCI

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To launch Advanced Recreation Therapy for the adolescent program at the Shepherd Center in Atlanta, GA

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States impacted through our 3 programs

Our Impact Since 2021

What We Do

We value meeting the person where they are through spinal cord injury recovery. Injuries differ in many ways, and it's important to find personalized solutions that allow individuals the opportunity to live a more independent life. Our programs are designed to provide a holistic approach around living with a SCI. 

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