Tina Manousos

Spinal Cord Injury Ontario

After Tina Manousos was seriously injured in an accident, she was told she would probably never walk again. In this presentation, Tina shares her story of her struggles in day to day life, how the accident changed her life and how she has been able to move forward and regain her independence.

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Spinal Cord Injury Ontario

Welcome to the website of the Spinal Cord Injury Ontario!

We hope you find the site useful and encourage you to look around and visit often as news changes 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.

Our mission is to assist people with spinal cord injuries and other physical disabilities to achieve independence, self reliance and full community participation.

Spinal Cord Injury Ontario (SCI Ontario) was formerly known as Canadian Paraplegic Association Ontario (CPA Ontario) before November, 2012.

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 16 offices across the province. We provide consistent, holistic, individualized and quality assured programs and services including: Peer Support, Regional Services, Membership, Advocacy, Knowledge Enterprise, Public Policy, The SCI Solutions Alliance, Employment Services (in the GTA), and Attendant Services (in the GTA).


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