Spinal Cord Injury BC

PeerSAY: Top 10 Things I Wish My Doctor Understood About SCI

How much does your doctor know about SCI? If you’re like one of the peers we chatted with, chances are they don’t know enough (and that’s if you have a primary care doctor in the first place). When it comes to your health and wellness, you deserve a doctor who is trustworthy, a good listener, and knows a thing or two (and hopefully more) about SCI.

Fly Like a Bird!

It’s not every day that you look up and see a wheelchair in the sky. But with modern technology, a supportive community and one man’s bucket list, adaptive paragliding may soon be coming to the sky near you.

I Can Still Do This

After her spinal cord injury, Catherine feared that she wouldn’t be able to enjoy the outdoors in the same way she always had. Thanks to SCI BC, this adventurous grandmother was able to get back to camping and spending time with her family outdoors.

Resources for Youth with Disabilities

Our collection of resources for children and youth living with a disability in BC covers education, employment, technology, mental health and more!

Matters of the Heart

A participant receiving a basic ultrasound scan of the heart.

A new study is underway to find out if there are differences between the male and female heart after spinal cord injury.


Build confidence and achieve your health-related goals with support from SCI BC’s new Peer Health Coaching Program.