North American Spinal Cord Consortium- White Paper

Covid-19 White Paper

Evidence Related to Covid-19 in People Living with Spinal Cord Injury The North American Spinal Cord Consortium has publish a white paper. The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on the SCI community this past year. In order to keep our community informed, NASCIC has taken the initiative to put together a white paper of…

NeuroSask Active and Connected

University of Saskatchewan Rehabilitation Science has launched new program. A virtual physical activity and wellness support program for people with mobility impairments. Targeting individuals living with Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease, o or Spinal Cord Injury, but anyone welcome.For more information and to register visit:

COVID-19 Communication Rights Toolkit

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Shared with permission: With the rapid spread of COVID-19, providers including nurses, physicians, and allied health professionals are working around the clock to ensure the safety and treatment of their patients. Unfortunately, many of these patients require intubation or other escalated respiratory support, resulting in an inability to speak. Hospitals and healthcare workers across the…

Covid-19 Guidance for Spinal Cord Injury Community

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Disclaimer: The following information has been pulled together by experts in the SCI Community on March 12, 2020 in consultation with infectious disease specialists. This document is based on the best available evidence at the time of release. We can’t guarantee that the guidance is up to date or current as the pandemic is changing…