Truth and Reconciliation

SCI Saskatchewan Inc. acknowledges that we serve all People of Saskatchewan and acknowledge all Treaty Territory and the Homeland of the Métis within. “We acknowledge we are on Treaty Territory and the Homeland of the Métis.We pay our respect to the First Nations and Métis ancestors of this place and reaffirm our relationship with one another.”…

Parascope Magazine – Fall 2021

Click here to read our Fall 2021 Parascope.Learn more about how you can receive your own copy mailed to you by emailing: sciinfo@scisask.ca

Parascope Magazine – Spring 2022

Click here to read our Spring 2022 Parascope. Learn more about how you can receive your own copy mailed to you by emailing: sciinfo@scisask.ca

Thank you for supporting the 3rd Annual SCI Sask Golf Tournament!

Thank you to our Sponsors, Donors, and 9 teams whom joined SCI Sask at our 3rd Annual Fundraising Golf Tournament held at Mark’s Nine Golf & Country Club located north of Prince Albert raising $10,000. Thank you for your support! We hope to see you again on the green for our 4th Annual Fundraising Golf…

SaskTel Wireless Accessibility Credit

Customers with a vision, hearing, speech, mobility, or cognitive impairment are eligible for a $15/month Wireless Accessibility Credit. This credit can be applied to all postpaid voice and data plans (voice-only, data-only, and prepaid plans are not eligible). You will be required to fill out an Accessibility Self-declaration form (PDF) Click the link or visit SaskTel…

How did COVID-19 affect you (individuals) living with pressure injuries and/or spinal cord injury and how did it affect your caregivers?

SCI Ontario, Cape Breton University and Wounds Canada have collaborated to create this short anonymous survey. The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted how individuals access and receive skin and wound care services. Please take a few minutes to answer this short survey. It should take 12-15 minutes to complete. Your responses will assist us in understanding your experience,…

In search of individuals with spinal cord injury!

Researchers at the University of Saskatchewan are investigating how a pea-based protein supplement might help iron status, exercise performance, and the gut microbiome. If you’re interested in taking part or learning more, reach out to Keely at the email below to discuss the study further. Keely Shaw, MSc. Kin, CSEP-CEP, PLYPhD CandidateCollege of Kinesiology, U…