If you have sustained a spinal cord injury or are a family member of someone who has, you can tap into outstanding support.
During this difficult time the need to keep people connected and supported is even more urgent.
There is a long way to go before our province is fully accessible for all Ontarians. Our advocacy efforts are critical, strategic - and working.
Press Release: Spinal Cord Injury Ontario is Rolling Through Barriers to Build a More Accessible Future
September 1, 2021
[TORONTO] – The time to build a more accessible future is now. That’s the message from Spinal Cord Injury Ontari...
Postsecondary Education Standards Development Committee
August 26, 2021
Development of proposed postsecondary education standards – 2021 initial recommendations report ...
Helping to Bridge the Digital Divide for People with Disabilities
August 6, 2021
Neil Squire Society wants to hear from people with disabilities about their use of digital technology. With quest...
Rolling through Barriers: A Conversation on Accessible Housing
September 23, 2021
Spinal Cord Injury Ontario is thrilled to invite you to a special discussion on building accessible housing in...