SCI Community Magazine

Team Players

Whether she’s on the rugby pitch, in the office or hanging out with her service dog Fido. Toronto’s newest Peer Support Co-ordinator, Kristen Cameron is all about team work making the dream work.

Back on Track

Since his injury in 2009, Anthony Lue has pursued a career as a Paralympian and is now a member of Team Ontario, training full time for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics.

Not Forsaken

Four years post injury, Chris Channon has regained his purpose and meaning in life.

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Fall 2019

  Opening Notes: 2018-19 – The end of an era and a new beginning There is absolutely no doubt of the great value skilled attendants bring to our community. You only need witness the devastating impact of the...

Staying Well

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From Injury to Innovation

It was a night in November 2014, Chris Stigas was home alone. In the middle of the night, he got up to go to the bathroom. Still half-asleep, he wobbled into the dark bathroom without turning the lights on. He lost his...

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