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New Activity Guidelines University of Saskatchewan College of Physiotherapy

A final University of Saskatchewan College of Physiotherapy project in conjunction with SCI Sask has outlined guidelines for physical activity ...
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COVID-19 Communication Rights Toolkit

Shared with permission: With the rapid spread of COVID-19, providers including nurses, physicians, and allied health professionals are working around ...
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Important Notice

SCI Saskatchewan suspends client visits and in-person visits at both Provincial and Regional locations until further notice.

Like many of you, Spinal Cord Injury Saskatchewan is monitoring the potential impact of COVID-19 and actively preparing to meet ...
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Covid-19 Guidance for Spinal Cord Injury Community

Disclaimer: The following information has been pulled together by experts in the SCI Community on March 12, 2020 in consultation ...
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Client Story-Justin

Justin Rayner is living proof that the hockey community – and the community of Moose Jaw – takes care of ...
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Client Story- Daniel

Another client success story, 20-year-old Daniel Quewezance, who lives with cerebral palsy, has become an irreplaceable part of the Notre ...
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Accessible Media Inc- #I’ve Got This Episode 3

Check out another fantastic video from Accessible Media Inc. In this episode, AMI Accessible Media shares the stories of two ...
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Accessible Media Inc- Waterski

https://www.ami.ca/category/igotthis/media/waterski Check out this new video from Accessible Media Inc. AMI shares video with SCI Sask of life-journey and positive ...
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Online Peer Health Coaching for People with Spinal Cord Injury

The University of Toronto is currently recruiting participants for an Online Self-Management Program for
Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) called SCI&U.
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