Spinal Cord Injury Saskatchewan

Our mission is to assist persons with spinal cord injuries and other physical disabilities to achieve independence, self-reliance and full community participation.

If you had to use a wheelchair, would you still:

  • Drive your car?

  • Continue in your current career path?

  • Visit family and friends in their homes?

  • Care for yourself and your family?

  • Attend events in your community?

  • Live in your home?

  • Continue your hobbies?

  • Travel?

Our Services 

Abilities

We believe in a focus on abilities. We strive to dismantle misconceptions, stereotypes, and generalizations about disabilities. We believe that with the right supports, our clients can maximize their abilities and lead fulfilling and productive lives.

Empowerment

We focus on empowerment as a fundamental value of our organization. We believe in empowering individuals to be self-advocates and to take initiative and be active, independent and self-sufficient community members.

Benefits

We administer benefits for qualifying members:

  • Vehicle registration rebates
  • SaskTel Mobility benefits
  • LA Charities Scholarship
  • Parascope magazine

News and Updates

Day of Giving Regina and Area

Day of Giving Regina and Area Thursday August 27, 2020

In partnership with Jack 94.5 FM SCI Sask presents the Annual Day of Giving Regina and Area, ensuring individuals and their families of SCI Sask receive emotional and service support during these uncertain times. “To assist individuals living with spinal cord injuries & other physical disabilities to ensure safety, physical and mental wellbeing, and access…
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Otter Creek Outfitters- First Mobility Challenged Bear Hunt

Bill Lehne and his “bucket list” experience on a bear hunt with Otter Creek Outfitters. Otter Creek Outfitters interviews Bill about his experience and how Otter Creek performed offering their first mobility challenged bear hunt, “It’s such good feeling to help you take something off your bucket list.” Bill shares about the experience and the…
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Minister Qualtrough announced that she intends to propose new legislation that would make the $600 benefit available to more people.

Here’s a quick update to let you all know that today Minister Qualtrough announced that she intends to propose new legislation that would make the $600 benefit available to more people. The new legislation will expand the one-time payment to include approximately 1.7 million Canadians with disabilities, who are recipients of any of the following…
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SCI SASK 1st Annual Day of Giving

Thursday May 28, 2020

Call 306.652.9644