​​​​Spinal Cord Injury Saskatchewan Inc. 

​​For over 50 years, Spinal Cord Injury Saskatchewan Inc., formerly known as Canadian Paraplegic Association (Saskatchewan) Inc. has supported people with spinal cord injury and other physical disabilities and their families.

The revised name of Spinal Cord Injury Saskatchewan Inc. resonates with the changing face of spinal cord injury: 

  • When the Canadian Paraplegic Association was formed by veterans returning from World War II, there were only those with paraplegia as higher injuries resulting in quadriplegia rarely survived
  • With advanced research and medical treatment, many individuals with SCI are living productive lives  
  • Spinal Cord Injury results from a broad range of causes, such as traumatic accidents, spinal cord related illness, cancer, and chronic conditions
  • People of all ages can be impacted by a physical disability 


To assist persons with spinal cord injuries and other physical disabilities to achieve independence, self-reliance and full community participation.  


Spinal Cord Injury Saskatchewan Inc. provides consistent, holistic, individualized and quality assured services for persons with spinal cord injuries and other physical disabilities including individuals with Multiple Sclerosis, Cerebral Palsy, Spina Bifida, Polio/Post-Polio, Muscular Dystrophy, Transverse Myelitis and other chronic conditions resulting in a physical disability.

  • Peer Support offers support from “someone who has been there” and who provide mentorship to encourage and sustain clients through the challenges they face  
  • Rehabilitation Services assist individuals in their return to an independent life in the community.  SCI Sask offers ongoing support, information, community referrals, networks and follow- through services
  • Vocational/Education/Employment Services assist individuals in identifying vocational alternatives and obtaining employment consistent with their values, skills, abilities, and interests.  Employers may use this service to evaluate work-site accessibility and job accommodation.
  • Systems Navigation Services deliver overall system navigation throughout the rehabilitation process, from injury to community re-integration.
  • Information Services provide comprehensive and relevant information for clients, their families, employers, community agencies and governments.
  • Community Advocacy enhances and educates communities to identify, reduce and eliminate barriers to full community participation.

Spinal Cord Injury Saskatchewan Inc.
3928 Gordon Road  Regina SK  S4S 6Y3
Phone: (306) 584-0101 Fax: (306)584-0008
Email: sciinfo@scisask.ca
Website: www.scisask.ca