That’s why, since 1957, we’ve been reaching out to British Columbians with spinal cord injuries, and their families and friends, to help them adjust, adapt and thrive. Whether someone is dealing with a new injury or struggling with the ongoing challenges of living and aging with a physical disability, we’re there to help. Together, our Peers, staff, donors, sponsors, volunteers, and local partners are building communities of support throughout the province. Together, we’re delivering important programs, services and information—in person, by phone, and online.
Together, we’re reaching the men, women, and families who need us most.
Our Peer Events and one-to-one Peer Matches helped people with spinal cord injury adjust, adapt and thrive in their new lives.
Our online Resource Centre, Information Database and free InfoLine offered essential information on a variety of topics.
Our blog, videos, webinars and The Spin magazine highlighted important tips and stories from the spinal cord injury community.