Education

Books stacked on their sides with the words 'Covid-19 What You Need To Know' written on the spines
The Coronavirus is a greater concern for people living with a spinal cord injury as they often have a harder time with breathing and lung function. This information sheet has been put together to help you...
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Autonomic Dysreflexia (AD) is a potentially life-threatening complication of spinal cord injury at T6 or above.
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Spinal Cord Injury Manitoba has a booklet entitled A Guide to Pressure Ulcer Prevention.

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In March 2019, Spinal Cord Injury Ontario hosted a certified webcast on neuropathic pain for primary care providers in partnership w

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SCI Alberta offers a course on respiratory care.

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SCI Alberta offers a course on personal care activities relating to spinal cord injury, with a focus on helping individuals maintain

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Spinal Cord Injury Alberta offers a course on basic anatomy.

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SCI Alberta covers this sometimes awkward topic via video.

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Spinal Cord Injury Ontario has always been about making life with SCI easier and increasing knowledge around disability and accessibility

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This resource, created by a team of rehabilitation clinicians and people living with spinal cord injuries from Vancouver Coastal Health,

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