What are the new Bill-C7 amendments to Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD) legislation and how can you get involved?
A new scoping review published recently by BC researchers suggests that physicians treating chronic pain for patients with SCI should consider prescribing physical activity and exercise, along with medications.
Now that I’m a little older I think back on everything and believe we need to give back—that’s why I’m a monthly donor. SCI BC has always been there for me and it’s really important to make sure this continues for younger people.
After his 2015 rodeo injury, Kevin Cunin didn’t know if he’d ever be able to ride again. Thanks to his own perseverance and a little help from his friends, he’s back in the saddle—and chasing down a career in cattle ranching.
2020 was one for the books! And although we couldn't be happier it's coming to an end (seriously, didn't it feel like the longest year ever?), we wanted to take a moment and thank everyone for connecting with us online. Here's a look back at the top 10 blogs of 2020 - we hope you enjoy them!
Right now, there's a lot of COVID-19 information in the news, online and on TV. What and who do we trust? Because there's so much uncertainty about where to go for reliable information, our team at SCI BC compiled a comprehensive list of trusted sources.
We asked a few of our SCI BC peers who are incomplete and can walk to answer one question: if you had the opportunity to tell the public—and even your friends and family—about the nature and implications of your injury, what would you say?
Have questions about SCI and sexuality? What about relationships? Dating? Fertility? Look no further! Read on to learn more about our new sexual health peer mentorship program and meet some of the peer mentors in your community.
As the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic rages on, we know the holidays will look very different this year. It can be a lonely and frightening time, especially for those who are more vulnerable because of health concerns...including people with a spinal cord injury.
SCI BC has been a huge part of my life. I probably wouldn’t have met my husband if I hadn’t worked here, I wouldn’t have had my daughter, and wouldn’t have experienced all the incredible opportunities with people who always believed in me. That's why I'm a monthly donor.