Maybe it’s that low Canadian dollar, or maybe you just prefer to spend your spare time here in beautiful BC. Whatever your reason, here are a dozen accessible BC trails to get you out and about this summer.
Whether it's catching a local music festival, marching or rallying for a cause, or navigating a bustling street fair, crowded events can be stressful for people with disabilities. Here's a list of things to consider to help make your experience as stress-free—and safe—as possible.
Home assistants, such as the Amazon Echo Dot, can make your home more accessible without breaking the bank. Here's a quick glance at some of the possibilities to help you realize the smart home of your dreams.
Living with SCI and similar physical disabilities is expensive and brings some unique challenges to making a steady, liveable income. This spring, when the provincial government asked for input on a future poverty reduction strategy, our SCI BC Peers made their voices heard.
Thinking of hitting up a music festival this summer? Music lover and newly-injured SCI BC Surrey-based Peer Mitch Garrett recently travelled to Indio, California to attend the world-famous Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.
Tattoos often mean more than what you can see on the surface, especially after an SCI. SCI BC's Digital Communications Coordinator and Peer Gabe Chesman shares what his ink means to him and things to consider when getting a tattoo after an SCI.