Our Resources

Our Federation Partners across the country develop important and useful resources. Here is a listing of some of their best examples. Feel free to visit Federation Partners' websites for more resources.


Group discussion of pressure sores.

Preventing and Treating Pressure Sores

Check out this resource on preventing and treating pressure sores! This guide is a plain language version of the 2013 Canadian Best Practice Guidelines for the Prevention and Management of Pressure Ulcers in People with Spinal Cord Injury. You can download your free copy!

Source: Spinal Cord Injury Ontario


Two pairs of feet

When it Comes to Sex and Spinal Cord Injury... We're All about Kissing and Telling

A team of sexual health clinicians and specialists in Vancouver, BC provide sexual health services, education and research. Some of the topics addressed on this website include: female fertility, contraception, parenting, relationships and sexual self image.

Source: Spinal Cord Injury British Columbia


Map of Newfoundland

Access Newfoundland and Labrador

The Spinal Cord Injury Newfoundland and Labrador Accessibility Roadmap is a tool designed to assist individuals with a spinal cord injury, or significant mobility disability, identify accessible locations while travelling across the island of Newfoundland and Labrador.

Source: Spinal Cord Injury Newfoundland and Labrador


Snapshots of ideas

Ideas for Your Accessible Home

These videos provide information and examples of how individuals have made their homes more wheelchair accessible. These modifications allow the owners to adapt to their living quarters in order to better meet the needs of their disability.

Source: Spinal Cord Injury Alberta


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Saskatchewan's Aboriginal Services and Network

According to the National Aboriginal Network on Disability, the rate of physical disabilities among Canada’s Aboriginal population is twice that of non-Aboriginal individuals. Saskatchewan's Aboriginal Services and Network seeks to create relationships with Aboriginal groups, and provide support to individuals who want to live independently in the community.

Source: Spinal Cord Injury Saskatchewan


Spinal Cord Injury Canada

477 Mt Pleasant Rd, Suite 105, Toronto, ON, Canada, M4S 2L9
Bill Adair, Executive Director
(416) 200-5814