Programs and Services

There is strength in numbers at SCI Ontario. Through membership, communities are improved, friendships are built and advocacy begins to make a difference. Join us to lend your voice to important SCI Ontario initiatives. Membership places you at the decision-making heart of the largest organization in Ontario for individuals with spinal cord injuries.

SCI Ontario Attendant Services delivers non-medical services in the Greater Toronto Area to help in the activities of daily living for people with disabilities. The goal of our attendants is to achieve excellent results and client satisfaction, promoting independence through excellence in service delivery. Attendant services make a positive contribution to our clients independence and participation in the community.

SCI Ontario provides the opportunity for you to tell people with spinal cord injuries and other physical disabilities about your company. The Business Directory is a reference tool for people looking for products and services just like yours! Use this space to share what you do; what you know, and how you can make a difference in people's lives! For more information and to sign up today visit our Business Directory Registration page 

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SCI Ontario and its partners are committed to increasing employment opportunities for individuals with disabilities. Our comprehensive range of services enables clients to obtain and maintain competitive employment.

Welcome to Knowledge Exchange, the Learning Centre for Spinal Cord Injury Ontario (SCI Ontario). We’re making some exciting changes to our website. During this time the Learning Centre will be unavailable. Please stayed tuned for the new and improved version of this resource. We’re sorry for any inconvenience this may cause in the time being

SCI Ontario's Peer Support Program connects people living with spinal cord injuries to fully-trained volunteers who can share their experience and knowledge. We can connect family members, too! We complement professional services provided in acute hospitals, rehabilitation centres and community based health and social service agencies.

SCI Ontario has always been a strong advocate for people with disabilities. Since our beginning in 1945, we have been a collective voice and representative of people with SCI and other physical disabilities to government, the health care system, communities and the public. Check out our Public Policy microsite.

What's your goal? We are here to help you achieve it!

Regional Service Coordinators assist clients with spinal cord injuries or other physical disabilities in the transition from acute care through rehabilitation and back to the community. The program delivers customized, client-focused solutions to people with unique needs.