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Independence
Self-Reliance and
Full Community
Participation

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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A partner in their wheelchair and their girlfriend out for a walk by the bay, crossing a bridge. It is nighttime and they are reflecting in the light.  By Alexandria Shannon, Oct. 2021.
Blog Post
Dating and building a partnership with someone is a beautiful experience that every person desires. We all want to love and be loved. I am here to help you build a picture of what dating with an SCI may look like for you. Specifically, in this blog, I will be discussing the interesting world of online dating with a disability.
Jan 24, 2022READ MORE
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Blog Post
For most people with a spinal cord injury (SCI), the inability to walk is often not the largest “SCI worry.” Instead, secondary complications such as bowel/bladder incontinence, fatigue and chronic pain are often stated to cause more trouble. I am here to talk about neuropathic pain.
Aug 16, 2021READ MORE
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Blog Post
We are looking to fill the following positions: Business Development Officer, Marketing Project Officer and Image Creation Officer. Do you have what it takes to be part of our team? You MUST be 30 or under and a resident of Canada.
Jun 14, 2021READ 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
Email: info@sci-can.ca

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