Spinal Cord Injury BC

Active Transportation Summit: Accessible for All

SCI BC’s Information Resource Specialist, Heather Lamb, recently attended the Active Transportation Summit in New Westminster and was impressed by the conference’s accessibility. Here are her thoughts on the event.

Walt’s Time: He’s Far From Finished

Walt Lawrence has lived a remarkably long and healthy life for someone with C2-C3 quadriplegia who is dependent on a ventilator—and he’s far from finished.

Call Me Taylor: Transgender and SCI

A new, more accepting day is gradually dawning for transgender people, who are using the opportunity to move from the shadows and live more openly and confidently. Taylor Straw, who just happens to be an SCI BC Peer, is among them.

Choose your terminology

Read Heather’s blog to find out more about appropriate terminology for disability issues.