About SCI Ontario
Welcome to the website of Spinal Cord Injury Ontario (formerly known as Canadian Paraplegic Association Ontario)! We hope you find the site useful and encourage you to look around and visit often as news is updated on a regular basis.
SCI Ontario's vision is to champion excellence in service, advocacy and quality of life for people living with spinal cord injuries.
SCI Ontario has a fascinating history. The growth and expansion of our organization reflect changes in policy, healthcare and social attitudes toward disability issues. To get to know our history briefly, please visit SCI Ontario Milestones.
SCI Ontario has offices across the province that provide consistent, holistic, individualized and quality assured services in the core areas of Peer Support, Regional Services, Membership, Employment Services, Advocacy, Information Services and Attendant Services.
Please feel free to contact our offices if you feel you would benefit from our services by linking to: Local SCI Ontario Offices
For a list of our Board of Directors, and to find out more about Board duties, please refer to: Board of Directors 2012/13
Please see our 2012-2015 Three Year Strategic Plan.
Please feel free to link to our most recent, complete Financial Statements.
New: SCI Ontario's most recent annual report is now available for downloading. Check it out to see what SCI Ontario has done in the last year. Past years' annual reports are also available at SCI Ontario's Annual Reports
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|Financial Statements2012FINAL.pdf||270.78 KB|
|Audited Financial Statements2011.pdf||263.08 KB|
|FS-CPAO Financial statements2010 - FINAL.pdf||230.94 KB|
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Disabilities related to mobility were present in less than 2% of people between the ages of 15 and 24, but affected about 44% of individuals aged 75 and over. (PALS 2006)
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