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Self-Reliance and
Full Community

SCI Canada - A Brief History

We have a proud, rich history. Established by WWII veterans from across the country, Spinal Cord Injury Canada honours the work of our founders. We continue to provide services and support so that individuals and families adjust, adapt and thrive.

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Our Blog & Resources

Doctor points out the bladder on a platic body model
Blog Post
In around 80 percent of people who have spinal cord injuries, their bladder function is affected.
Mar 31, 2022READ MORE
A woman using a wheelchair looks out the door to an uncertain world. Masks are on the ground. The virus still exists and Freedom Convoy protesters are there.
Blog Post
The past two years, living in this global pandemic as a person with a disability, has been more d
Mar 11, 2022READ MORE
hands in gloves making the shape of a heart
SCI Resource
The folks at SCI BC have put together this great resource featuring peer-reviewed winter gloves.
Feb 16, 2022READ MORE

Our mission is to assist people with spinal cord injuries and other physical disabilities to achieve independence, self reliance and full community participation.

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Spinal Cord Injury Canada

Bill Adair, Executive Director
477 Mt Pleasant Rd, Suite 105,
Toronto, ON,
Canada, M4S 2L9

Phone: (416) 200-5814

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