Avid traveler and SCI BC Peer Murray Siple has seen the good, the bad and everything in between when it comes to wheelchair-friendly travel. Here are some of his top recommendations for unique and accessible places to stay around the world.
Meet Erin Clark, a pole sport enthusiast and wheelchair user who has taken the highly competitive world of pole sport by storm, through the combination of acrobatics and artistic moves- all on a vertical metal pole.
If life has taught Jessica Kruger anything, it's how to deal with—and embrace—change. As her role as SCI BC Event Lead (and office pastry extraordinaire) comes to an end, Jess shares how (and why) she's moved on—with her profession, her athletic career, and her disability.
If you have a disability, the library may bring up more questions than answers: Does the facility have an accessible ramp or elevator? Can that small print get any bigger? And what if I can’t hold a physical book?
What would happen if singles began a huge paradigm shift? If innocent connections led to partnerships beyond the social norms? SCI BC Peer Ashley Swartz explores how an unexpected moment of attraction revealed the man of her dreams.
Ten years ago, Master Michael Sirota led a series of ground-breaking self defence workshops for in- and out-patients at GF Strong. Now, with Para Taekwondo set to make its debut at the 2020 Paralympics and Therapeutic Martial Arts programs taking hold around the world, a growing number of [...]