Use the menu below to browse by category or visit the main menu for a full category listing.
We all know British Columbia is supernatural. Now, a Spinal Cord Injury BC initiative is helping making it super accessible, too. In 2016, in collaboration with local governments and community stakeholders, SCI BC’s Access North project audited more than 450 outdoor spaces in North-Central BC, including municipal, provincial and federal parks, recreation sites, visitors’ centres, and rest areas. The new Access BC website features in-depth accessibility specifications for each audited area, as well as virtual tours and videos, suggested driving routes and maps, accessible tourism tips, and more. Let your adventure begin!
Tell us how you would rate this resource by clicking on one of the stars below. One star is poor, 5 stars is excellent. Your rating will help tell others how popular this resource is.
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.