Spinal Cord Injury Ontario
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If you have sustained a spinal cord injury or are a family member of someone who has, you can tap into outstanding support.

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During this difficult time the need to keep people connected and supported is even more urgent.

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There is a long way to go before our province is fully accessible for all Ontarians. Our advocacy efforts are critical, strategic - and working.

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The Latest

Ontario Budget 2023: Summary and Highlights  

Yesterday, the province of Ontario revealed the 2023 budget with record spending of $204....

Spinal Cord Injury Ontario Urges Immediate Action on Ontario’s AODA Commitment

A new report published just days ago is painting a stark pi...

Budget Submission

Access to Intermittent Catheters and Urinary Supplies: The P...

Essential Needs Report

This past fall, we published the Essential Needs Report in partnership with the University of Manitoba. The report ...

Upcoming Events

SCIO Celebrity Axe Battle – Toronto

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Peer Connections: RDSP and Saving

A registered disability savings plan (RDSP) is an important savings tool for a perso...

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