Toronto Rehab/University of Toronto Research Study
The University of Toronto and Toronto Rehab are currently conducting a study to help understand how power wheelchairs are used and whether there is any change over a two-year period. In order to take part in the study you need to be a power wheelchair user who has at least 6 months experience with a power wheelchair or are in the process of getting a power wheelchair and are 50 years of age or older. Caregivers of power wheelchair users are also invited to participate. For more information or to take part in this study, please call Amanda Calvin at (416) 946-8573.
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There are 600 new spinal cord injuries every year in Ontario (more than one a day) and current estimates indicate that there are approximately 33,140 Ontarians living with spinal cord injury. (Urban Futures Institute Report)
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