November is Caregivers Awareness Month and we are launching a very special contest in order to prepare and celebrate! ENTER TO WIN a $500 CDN DATE NIGHT in YOUR Area! Generously Sponsored by Neuromotion Physiotherapy How you can win: Submit your story of what Caregivers Awareness Month means to you OR any tips or tricks […]

SCI Awareness Month Celebration!

Join us ‘WAGS style” this September all month long as we raise awareness for Spinal Cord Injury with #SCIAwarenessMonth! We are taking to Instagram @wagsofsci and our other social channels to spread the word by sharing your stories and your experiences – we find that it is important to share this as we all have […]

An Open Letter For Caregiver Policy Change

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As many of you already know, WAGS of SCI is heavily involved in caregivers rights and advocacy We are located in Vancouver, BC Canada, and have recently met with our MLA (Member of Legislative Assembly) in the BC Government in order to advocate for paid spousal and common law caregiver support. The result of that […]

Accessible Date Ideas For Couples Staying Home

“Date” Day (and Night) Ideas For Couples Staying In! With all the chaos and panic happening in the world these past few months surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic, most of us in the SCI community are laying low and staying cautious. A lot of us are self isolating and informing ourselves on what we can do […]

International WAGS of SCI Day Is November 4th

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SET THE DATE! International WAGS of SCI Day Of Celebration is November 4th 2019! It’s time to celebrate YOU. WAGS of SCI Day is a special day to honour, support and recognize the WAGS of SCI worldwide with a whole day devoted to YOU. Think about it like a cross between your birthday and valentines […]

“See Us” The New Reeve Foundation Campaign

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The brand new “See Us” campaign by the Dana and Christopher Reeve Foundation was launched this week, and we couldn’t be more excited about the message its sending to all. Using the hashtag #ReeveSeeUs, people in the disabled community are coming together to change societal norms, expectations and stigmas surrounding disability. The Reeve Foundation released […]