SCIA videos and publications

Accord - our quarterly journal, provides a forum for debate on issues related to living with a physical disability.

Back on Track - 2nd edition with:

  • more answers to your most pressing questions;
  • an updated list of important contacts; and
  • a new and unique outings guide to the best accessible activities that Sydney has to offer.

Annual Report for the Financial Year ending 30 June 2016. Previous years also available.

SCIA E-News - read our bi-monthly e-news here.

Research into Maximising Life Choices of People with a Spinal Cord Injury. Spinal Cord Injuries Australia (SCIA) recently commissioned the Social Policy Research Centre at the University of New South Wales to carry out research about maximising life choices of people with spinal cord injury (SCI). SCIA really wanted to understand what the main things are that are stopping people who experience a SCI from being fully involved in all aspects of society. As our organisation's Vision is all about "a society without barriers for people with a SCI", we really need to do everything we can to understand what these barriers are, so we can do whatever it takes to remove them.

Report on the Evaluation of the CHOICES program for Spinal Cord Injuries Australia, August 2013. The evaluation of the CHOICES Program was commissioned by Spinal Cord Injuries Australia and was undertaken by Dr Pat Dorsett from Griffith University, School of Human Services and Social Work within the Griffith Health Institute. The purpose of the review was to assess the impact of the new CHOICES Program for clients of the service.


RollAwayz provides the location of wheelchair accessible travel and tourism accommodation in hotels, resorts, motels, backpacker hostels and bed and breakfasts across Australia.

SCIA app - based on our comprehensive guide to life after a spinal cord injury ‘Back on Track’ and provides quick and convenient access to vital resources and information, including topics related to transport, finances, legal matters, employment, bladder care, assistance dogs, clothing, disability service providers, accessible places to visit and spinal cord injury news.

Sydney Accessible Public Transport opens in Google Earth to show the location of wheelchair accessible train stations, ferry wharves, and tram and monorail stations.

What Next? - the video series for those who think they know everything about living with SCI, and an essential learning tool for those who are struggling to understand their life with a new spinal cord injury.

Access It! Using wheelchairs on buses raises awareness about accessible bus transport amongst wheelchair users and provides practical advice on how best to use accessible buses.

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