Videos We Like
Thanks to Rogers TV Toronto for creating this segment for their Community Bytes!
People from around the world send their congratulations to CPA on their 65th anniversary!
Gary and Kristy Luker share their story...
A brief overview of the contribution made by Ken Langford to the Canadian Paraplegic Association. All of us, whose lives have been touched by CPA, owe thanks to Ken for all he did for people with spinal cord injuries and other physical disabilities.
What we say and how we say it really does influence people. The words you choose make a difference. Watch this video to see what we mean.
Watch what people have to say about Canadian Paraplegic Association Ontario.
This Knowledge Mobilization Seminar features Dr. Charles Tator speaking about stem cell research in Canada and around the world. This seminar was sponsored by Thomson Rogers and the Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation.
This seminar explains the impetus for launching these studies, coming from the identification of chronic SCI-related pain as one of the key continuing obstacles to quality of life after discharge from rehabilitation. A consensus process for prioritizing pain study topics will be described which included researchers, clinicians, physicians, SCI consumers, and research funders. A brief overview will then be given of projects completed, in progress, and in future plans.
Fish and some amphibians regenerate their spinal cords after injury. But this ability was lost as higher animals evolved. So, in humans after spinal cord injury, the stem-like cells in the adult spinal cord just start to divide, then stop without repairing the spinal cord. Dr. Michel Rathbone explains why this happens, and some exciting new research findings. It may be possible for humans, like fish and amphibians, to regenerate nerves in the spinal cord
The video introduces the Wheelchair Relay Challenge taking place in fall 2008.
The video provides a comprehensive overview of the primary care section in our healthcare system.
Missed our AGM? It's now available online.
Watch this video to find out about the life of Ken Langford, the founder of CPA Ontario.