Life with a Mobility Disability

Knowledge is power

We have learned a lot about spinal cord injury throughout our history and, what we don’t know, we find out. As an outcome of our many initiatives – from peer support to service delivery to advocacy to research – we increase our bank of relevant and current information.

Understanding the unique challenges and opportunities that come with living with a spinal cord injury is essential for navigating life successfully.

Curated to highlight the importance of understanding SCI’s impact on health, lifestyle, and well-being, covering topics from secondary complications like bowel and bladder issues, to pain management, mental health and navigating the complexities of independent living. 

Through sharing valuable information and practical tips, we aim to empower you with the knowledge needed to tackle daily obstacles and enhance your quality of life.

Secondary complications

A spinal cord injury (SCI) can lead to numerous complications, impacting various aspects of health and daily life. Some of the most common complications that can occur as result of sustaining an SCI include:

Lifestyle & well-being

Delve into a diverse range of subjects encompassing physical and mental health, nutrition, fitness, mindfulness, and holistic well-being to cultivate a comprehensive understanding of maintaining a balanced and fulfilling lifestyle.

Independent living

Navigate the intricacies of independent living with a spinal cord injury by exploring adaptive technologies, accessible housing options, specialized healthcare, and support.


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