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Tetra volunteers work with people with a wide range of medical conditions, ages, needs and interests. Tetra’s focus is on quality of life-anything that overcomes a barrier of some sort or otherwise enhances someone’s ability to participate in all aspects of life.
Tetra volunteers do not copy existing, commercially available devices and are unlikely to install ramps. The rule is: if a carpenter or construction contractor can do it, then it’s not a good use of Tetra’s technical volunteers. A common misconception is that Tetra can help fund the purchase of commercial assistive equipment but this is not the case. The site includes a database of previous projects.
Local chapters in BC include: Creston, Fort St. John, Kamloops, Kelowna, Nanaimo, Prince George, Prince Rupert, Vancouver, Victoria, and Whistler. Local contact information is on the website.
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If you discover any services, funding or other opportunities that will help people with SCI and their families please give our Information Services Associates a call at 1-800-689-2477 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will ensure that this resource is added to the SCI Information Database.