We recently chatted with our long-time supporters at Macdonald’s Home Health Care to learn more about their Complex Rehab Team. Read on to discover what they offer, who they are, and how they can help you!
The final season of the hugely popular, made-in-BC reality show Jade Fever offers viewers a new twist: excavator operator Shane Bunce, who joins the cast and single-handedly proves that people with SCI are up to some of the toughest jobs on the planet.
On February 17, the world lost Brad Jacobsen. He has left us at way too young an age, but he has left an incredible legacy for the organization and for all who knew him. He brought light to the world. He brought light to people in their darkest times.
Balancing the financial burden and frequency of intermittent catheterization leads many Canadians to re-use single-use catheters. But is this the best choice? Learn more about catheter use from our sponsors, Coloplast.
With the roll-out of the COVID-19 vaccination program underway in BC, and around the world, we have received a number of questions from our community on the safety and efficacy of vaccines for people with spinal cord injury. This is a summary of what we know.
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.
"I was injured late last year and missed my period for several months. Now it’s back and it feels a lot more complicated to manage – got any tips?" Read on for answers in our Spin Doctor series.
What if we told you that a daily sprinkling of a fine white powder on your open pressure ulcer might cut the healing time in half, or even more? Read more about Amicapsil, a compound that has a growing number of highly satisfied users with SCI.
What are the new Bill-C7 amendments to Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD) legislation and how can you get involved?