Overcome continence challenges
Join SCIA and Coloplast for a free, live and interactive webcast Stories from the Smallest Room and learn all you need to know about strategies and products to help overcome the continence challenges that having a spinal cord injury presents.
The webcast will explore a range of important issues relating to continence care to ensure that people with a disability are fully informed and can make the right choices for their circumstances. more…
Leading the world to a new reality for spinal cord injury recovery
A potentially life changing project for all Australians with spinal cord injury was launched in Sydney by SpinalCure Australia, UTS: University of Technology Sydney, Professor V. Reggie Edgerton of UCLA and Spinal Cord Injuries Australia.
Project Edge will see a cutting edge neurostimulation research program established here in Australia to build on the successes of Prof Edgerton and his team at UCLA to achieve the best possible outcomes for people with SCI. more…
How to transition easily to the NDIS
SCIA can support your transition into the National Insurance Disability Scheme (NDIS). To help people maximise the benefits offered by the NDIS we are holding group information sessions, individual NDIS pre-planning sessions, sharing information over the phone, holding face to face meetings and providing individualised assistance. more…
How I’m getting the most out of the NDIS
"My name is Vickie, I have paraplegia and recently started the process to enter the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). The first thing I did was to educate myself best as I could on the NDIS. This included attending an information session run by Spinal Cord Injuries Australia (SCIA)." more…
Exercise services for spinal cord injury comes to Canberra
As part of their election campaigns, the Labor and Liberal parties in Canberra both committed to a one-off $300,000 grant to Spinal Cord Injuries Australia to establish a NeuroMoves exercise service for people with disability in the ACT! more…