Support to Spinal Cord Injury SK goes a long way to supporting individuals experiencing the impacts of disability to live and work in our chosen communities.
We reached out to some of our clients to ask them how Spinal Cord Injury Saskatchewan impacts their life. This Thursday May 28, 2020- Consider donating to SCI Saskatchewan through our Day Of Giving. Your donation is supporting individuals across the province.
I am an HR Manager with a Master’s degree and many years of professional experience. I have been married for 19 years, has 1 son, 4 step children, and 10 grandchildren. I have had a spinal cord injury since infancy, nearly 50 years ago.
Although her disability is not considered progressive, one of the things that happens over time when you are a long-time wheelchair user, is that the disability impacts become more significant. Due to medical issues, I incurred many additional disability-related expenses such as a wheelchair accessible van with adapted head and neck supports, and power-assist wheels for for her wheelchair this year, she has also been on long term disability during this time.
The financial benefits of the SGI vehicle rebate and the SaskTel cellular plan are helpful in offsetting some of these financial costs. Every little bit helps when incurring expenses that are extremely high and on a fixed income.
Support to Spinal Cord Injury SK would go a long way to supporting individuals experiencing the impacts of disability to live and work in our chosen communities. Thank you for your support.
SCI Sask Client, Regina
In partnership with Rawlco Radio, SCI Sask presents the 1st Annual Day of Giving an opportunity for family, friends, businesses and community to support our mission, “To assist individuals living with spinal cord injuries & other physical disabilities to ensure safety, physical and mental wellbeing,
and access to services and full community participation.”