Accessibility Badge

Free download available for accessibility badge. Not all disabilities are visible, and this is a helpful tool to have with you when you are out in public, particularly on public transportation.

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Meet members of our Adult Group

Join our Adult Group! Adult Group dinners and events are geared towards adults living with Spina Bifida age 18 and up. Attendees are welcome to bring a friend or family member. This group was made to provide peer support for adults living with spina bifida and their loved ones. So that  we can give […]

Covid-19 Resources

At SBAGNE, we continue to work hard to identify resources that can be of help to all of you during the COVID 19 pandemic. We have started a resource sheet, and are updating it continually. Information is available regarding medical, mental health, fitness, financial, employment, education, and independent living supports. Please check this list […]

The Spina Bifida Report

“The Spina Bifida Report” is now on-the-air and being heard all around the world!

To listen to your interview, or share it with friends and family, there is no need to download The Stroke Channel TV app just to hear it. 

“The Spina Bifida Report” is now on everyone’s mobile […]

ABLE Account

ABLE Accounts are tax-advantaged savings accounts for individuals with disabilities and their families. They are the result of the passage of the Stephen Beck Jr., Achieving a Better Life Experience Act of 2014, better known as the ABLE Act. The beneficiary of the account is the owner, and income earned by the accounts will not […]

Barrier Free Playgrounds

Looking for a barrier-free playground in Massachusetts? Look no further. Check out the listing here. Updated regularly.

Life Hacks

Have you ever stuck a phone or iPod into a empty toilet paper roll to amplify the sound?  Or maybe you’ve used duct tape to open a jam jar?  If you have done either of these things (or a slew of other tricks) then you’ve made use of a life hack.  If you’ve never heard […]

REquipment – Durable Medical Equipment

REquipment is a great way to obtain free, gently-used, durable medical equipment (DME) for use by individuals and families in Greater Boston and Central Massachusetts.

You can search the inventory here.

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