Getting your strata to understand about accessibility and to cooperate can be challenging to say the least. Here is how one SCI BC peer successfully lobbied their strata council for accessibility [...]
How do you start planning for your Will? What do you need to know about estate planning? Is it really that complicated? Our sponsors at Hammerco Lawyers LLP lay out the basics of Wills and estate [...]
During this time of social distancing, Coloplast Care is here to continue to support those with bladder management issues. Here are some important facts that you may not know about the Coloplast [...]
There is a staggeringly high incidence of largely untreatable shoulder pain and injuries in people with SCI who use manual wheelchairs. New research at New Jersey’s Kessler Foundation offers some hope.
Whether you're a Peer interested in having a family, or just someone who appreciates stellar film-making, you don’t want to miss a compelling new short documentary conceived by Wheel Love’s [...]
Imagine living a life not knowing when MS will hijack your mobility. Guest writer Linda Tang takes us on her journey with disability through prose and poetry.
The buzz keeps growing about the potential of neurostimulation to restore function for people with SCI. Is the hype warranted? ICORD’s Dr. Tom Nightingale helps us put it all into perspective.
In two short years, the South Fraser Active Living Group has taken Peer power to a whole new level.