The health and wellbeing of spinal cord injured adults and the family: Examining lives in adapted and unadapted homes

Aspire commissioned research report into the impact of housing spinal injured people in inaccessible housing has found 86% of people with SCI are likely to be discharged into a home that doesn't meet their physical needs.

On leaving hospital many spinal cord injured people are forced to live in a care home or an unadapted property, often having to live in just one room downstairs which can make them feel like they are living in a prison.