Physical Activity Guidelines for Adults with SCI available in Swedish and 12 other languages
The first evidence-based guidelines to be developed specifically to support people with Spinal Cord Injury in living healthier, more active lives is available in 13 different languages:
SCI-U (short for SCI University) is a series of 10 multimedia courses designed to give you the information you need to live a healthy, active life.
Each course was developed by: people who live with SCI, and in collaboration with researchers and clinicians.
SCI Action Canada is proud to be part of this team, and particularly proud of having collaborated with the SCI-U team on the Physical Activity course.
About SCI Action Canada
Based at McMaster University, SCI Action Canada is an ongoing, collaborative endeavour bringing together university-based researchers, knowledge mobilization specialists, support networks, service groups and community members focused on advancing physical activity, knowledge and participation among Canadians living with spinal cord injury.
My PerspectiveUnique answers to the same questions from different perspectives
Active Together: I want to be (more) active but I don’t want to go alone. What advice can you give to someone looking to get more active?
Answered by: Allison Whitworth
Becoming active or increasing activity levels can sometimes be intimidating ... ... read more
Answered by Julian Baird
Getting active doesn’t have to be so difficult, especially ... ... read more