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…

SCI Sask 58th Annual General Meeting

You are cordially invited to attend the Spinal Cord Injury Saskatchewan Inc 58th AGM 2022 June 24, 2022 11:00 am to 1:00 pm To be hosted virtually via Google Meet Or dial: ‪(CA)+1 647-732-4459 PIN: ‪685 580 818#

SCI Sask Provincial Office is relocating

SCI Sask Provincial office in Saskatoon is relocating effective June 1, 2022.We will be newly located within 1705 McKercher Drive. Our office will be closed May 30 – June 3, 2022. We ask for your patience as we prepare for our move and become comfortable in our new location.

SCI Sask is seeking interested individuals to join the SCI Sask Board of Directors

SEEKING INTERESTED INDIVIDUALS TO JOIN THE SCI SASK BOARD OF DIRECTORS Spinal Cord Injury Saskatchewan is a non-profit community based organization, that supports individuals living with sci and other physical disabilities through core service delivery across the province of Saskatchewan. SCI Sask is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors, who meet on a quarterly…