Spinal Cord Injury Ontario

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01/14/2021  - aged 19 years+ - have a SCI for at least 1 year - use a manual wheelchair for mobility and physical activity - can self propel for at least 100 meters - not meeting the SCI physical activity guidelines - able to speak English or French
09/16/2021  People living with spinal cord injury (SCI) for at least one year who have experienced at least one fall since sustaining their SCI.
07/27/2020  test
07/21/2020  over 18
07/15/2020  Test
11/21/2019  Women with spinal cord injuries and other types of disabilities (including physical, sensory, and intellectual and developmental disabilities) who live in Ontario and have had a child in the last 5 years.
12/11/2020  Adults living the South East LHIN (Kingston, Lanark, Leeds & Grenville, Quinte, Rural Hastins or Rural Frontenac, Lennox & Addington)
01/04/2021  - Must have sustained an SCI - Must receive support from others living with SCI (formal or informal, in-person or virtually) - Must be at least 18 years of age
01/20/2021  An adult that has a spinal cord injury for at least one year and is currently in a romantic relationship. Participants will have the option to provide their romantic partners' name and contact information so that they can also participate in this study.
11/20/2020  Canadian adults (over the age of 18) with various levels and severities of spinal cord injury will be recruited for participation in the study.
08/03/2021  Participants must be: - 18 years or older - Have any kind of spinal cord injury - Can read English - Own a smartphone to download a mindfulness meditation app of choice - Have hand use or assistance to fill out surveys
07/07/2021  Children and youth (9-19 years old) with SCI who have weakness or paralysis of the upper limb.
09/22/2021  18 years or older At least 1 year since time of spinal cord injury No longer participating in a comprehensive rehabilitation program Fluent in English
11/22/2021  We are looking for individuals with: A spinal cord injury/disease At least 2 years of driving experience The ability to speak English The ability to stand and transfer independently into a vehicle