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When someone sustains a spinal cord injury, there are supports in our healthcare system for rehabilitation. On the other hand, when one becomes a caregiver, there are fewer resources available. Spinal Cord Injury BC does provide support services for members as well as family. Contact our Peer program to find out if there is a local caregiver you can connect with. Family members are encouraged to join our activites because we know that an injury impacts family and friends too. In places where one-on-one support is not available for caregivers, there is an overwhelming amount of information online. To sum it up, here is a list of the top 10 tips available online for people who have recently become caregivers for their spouses.
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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.