Spinal Cord Injury BC

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Spinal Cord Injury BC’s Info Centre is a hub of different resources related to living with a spinal cord injury or related physical disability in British Columbia.

SCI Info Database

Find answers in our online database, with over 800 resources related to living with a spinal cord injury or related disability in British Columbia.

SCI InfoLine

Call our toll-free InfoLine to speak with our knowledgeable staff and get answers to your questions on living with any SCI or related disability.

SCI BC Marketplace

Browse our Marketplace to find accessible housing, employment, or SCI equipment and items.

About Spinal Cord Injury

Learn more about your spinal cord injury and what it means.

Info for the Newly Injured

Useful information for individuals with a new spinal cord injury and their family members.

Hiring an Attendant

Choice in Supports for Independent Living (CSIL). Our detailed CSIL guide will help you take advantage of this BC Health program so you can pay for home support services.

SCI Research

Participate in a study or learn more about current SCI research efforts.

Info for Newcomers

What newcomers need to know about living in BC with a physical disability.

Accessible Travel

We’ve created and compiled a number of resources to help you jet-set with confidence, embark on your road trip with expertise, or head out on your care-free weekend getaway regardless of your level of ability.

Access BC

The Access BC program that aims to improve accessible outdoor recreation and tourism opportunities for everyone through the principles of universal design, access and inclusion.

SCI Sexual Health Website

Questions about SCI and sexuality, fertility or relationships? Get SCI-specific information, peer stories and resources from sexual health experts.

Living with SCI Website

Everything you need to know about SCI from the people who’ve been there. Created in partnership with the GF Strong Rehab Centre.

Other SCI Organizations

A listing of other organizations that help people with spinal cord injuries and related disabilities in British Columbia.