Research and Training Center on Community Living

Community Living


RTC/CL Scientific and Consumer
Advisory Panel (SCAP) Members


Catherine Graham,
MEBME

Catherine Graham


Catherine Graham is Executive Director of the South Carolina Spinal Cord Injury Research Fund. She has worked in the Rehabilitation and Assistive Technology field for more than 15 years and was previously a Rehabilitation Engineer at the University of South Carolina-School of Medicine Interagency Office of Disability & Health in Columbia. She also has a private consulting practice.

Her work has included: assessing medical offices, fitness/recreation centers, state and local parks, and recreation districts for ADA accessibility; generating assessment reports with prioritized recommendations; providing technical assistance to facilities regarding ADA compliance; instructing medical students on the ADA and healthcare access; and assessing emergency shelters for ADA compliance. Ms. Graham is past president of the SC Spinal Cord Injury Association.


 

   


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