Nominate a Life Member

Nominate a Life Member

Spinal Cord Injuries Australia is calling for nominations for Lifetime Members for 2021. An SCIA Life Member is someone who has shown an extraordinary commitment and contribution to SCIA and the empowerment of people with spinal cord injury and other physical...
Advice to your younger self from Kate

Advice to your younger self from Kate

SCIA and Youthsafe have partnered to prevent unintentional injury of young people, by offering advice and support. In the second instalment of Advice for a Younger Generation, SCIA’s Peer and Family Support team member Kate, gives the advice that she wishes she...
SCIA CEO features in The CEO Magazine

SCIA CEO features in The CEO Magazine

Spinal Cord Injuries Australia’s (SCIA) CEO Dianne Lucas was featured in The CEO Magazine to talk about the challenge of convincing society to think outside of the false narratives that have been spun about disability, from their personality, outlook and their...
Goals and Dreams

Goals and Dreams

People with disabilities from all over Australia who have such amazing stories and have trained and worked so hard to achieve their goals and dreams. For some those goals and dreams have resulted in medals. For others, just being able to represent their country and...
New episode of Have The Nerve is out!

New episode of Have The Nerve is out!

SCIA’s podcast Have The Nerve is celebrating the diversity of disability and the importance of disability representation for the month of September. In this episode, Louise Sauvage (Former wheelchair racer, Australian Paralympic Wheelchair Racing Gold Medalist...
Advice for a younger generation

Advice for a younger generation

We all want young people to live happy, fulfilled and exciting lives free from serious injury. Unfortunately, young people, particularly those in the 14 to 25 years age group, are at heightened risk of being permanently impacted or of dying as a result of an...