Posted by smilstein on Apr 19, 2014
SCI BC chats with the Kwantlen Polytechnic Fashion student—and adaptive apparel champion—about her upcoming show, her first foray into design (yes, she was five,) and why her disability-friendly collection is a far cry from “geriatric.” Read More ...
Posted by Chris McBride on Apr 8, 2014
“If it was just about the walking, spinal cord injury would be easy.” This statement by an SCI BC Peer Coordinator is consistent with what the majority of people with SCI have been telling researchers for years – that walking is not the most important return of function to them. Return of sexual function, hand […]
Posted by Chris McBride on Apr 4, 2014
As an SCI BC Board Member, Anthony Ariganello has given a lot of support to SCI BC and the SCI community in BC. I’m giving a little support back by supporting Tony’s election to the Vancity Board. If you are a Vancity member, I recommend you vote for Tony! Read More ...
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