Meet some of our Peers, their family members, and our staff and volunteers, and find out how Spinal Cord Injury BC has changed their lives. Click on the images below, or sort by category, to read or watch individual impact stories.
Has an incomplete spinal cord injury
I’m Jubal Wright. I’ve been in a chair 12 years now, broke my neck mountain biking.
My name is Rachel Allenbrand, I am the daughter of Paul Gifford, he is a C3-C4 high-level quad of 34 years.
Her father has had a high-level quadriplegic injury for 34 years.
Has a T6-T7 paraplegic injury. Kelowna’s Peer Support Program Coordinator.
Hi my name is Mary-Jo Fetterly and I’m a C4-5 quad and I’m also a gal who had a spinal cord injury about nine years ago.
Sonja Gaudet on the challenge of being a mom with paraplegia.
My name is Thorston, and I’ve been in a chair since 2007. I am from Kelowna.
Spinal Cord Injury BC is setting the stage for magic to happen.
A Spinal Cord Injury BC volunteer for 12 years.
How volunteering with coworkers builds confidence and teamwork.
This organization has totally changed my perspective.
Do you believe in magic? I do. I’ve seen it with my own eyes.
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