SCI Community Magazine
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About Community Magazine

The SCIO Community Magazine is published by the Marketing & Communications Department of Spinal Cord Injury Ontario. Reach us at communications@sciontario.org. A printed edition is distributed four times per year to our community across Ontario. The online and printed issues may differ in content.

On this site, under the menu heading of The Magazine you’ll find a PDF version of each issue and our CEO’s Opening Notes; under SCIO in Action, articles relating to our programs, services, community activities and philanthropy; under Voices, personal essays by and profiles on people in the SCIO community; under Wellness, articles relating to health, well-being and living with an SCI; under Home & Away, travel, real estate, home modification and finances; and under Innovation, information and articles on the latest technology, big ideas, new initiatives and leadership in accessibility and disability.

We appreciate the extraordinary talents and commitment of all those who contribute to these publications:

Editor, Advertising Sales
Bev Jenkins
bev.jenkins@sciontario.org

Creative Direction/Design
G. Bruce Chapman

Digital Team
Easton Media

Contributing Writers
Mary Dufton, Laura Fielding, Jeffrey Kerr, Iris Kulbatski, Wayne MacDonald, Wendy Murphy, Linda Rapson, Joanne Smith, Sumner & Lang, SCIO staff

Photography
Imagery courtesy of SCIO staff, contributing writers or advertisers, with limited stock photography. Professional photographers are attributed where appropriate.

Our Advertisers

The opinions expressed in Community are those of their authors and do not necessarily represent the views of Spinal Cord Injury Ontario.

Products and services advertised or described in Community are not tested or endorsed by Spinal Cord Injury Ontario.

For editorial enquiries, to discuss a submission or for information on advertising in Community, please contact Bev Jenkins at bev.jenkins@sciontario.org.

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