You wore your ugliest ties with pride and helped make our annual fundraiser for people with spinal cord injuries a great success!
Every year, we rely on the service and commitment of our many wonderful volunteers! Want to help out? Volunteer a few hours at the Pacific International Curling Cup from April 16-19!
SCI BC's Peer Program is hosting a wide range of Peer events in regions throughout BC.
Check our Event Calendar to see what's happening where and when.
Check out our Accessible Travel Project created by peers, for peers: watch our series of travel tutorial videos, read our Accessible Travel Guide and share your travel stories and tips.
SCI BC helps people with spinal cord injury (or related physical disability) and their families adjust, adapt and thrive in their new lives. We help by providing answers, information and unique community experiences. Learn more …
We also have a number of unique resources, both online and offline, to support people with SCI and their families. Have a better look at how our programs and resources can help you:
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April 8, 2014
Spinal Cord Injury BC (SCI BC) helps people with spinal cord injury* (SCI) and their families adjust, adapt and thrive by providing answers, information and community experiences.
The work we do would not be possible without the support of our members. Join or renew your membership with SCI BC and be an integral part of this vibrant and engaged community
SCI BC is the ‘go to’ place for information and support from people who really know what you’re going through and how to help you get back into real living.
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