Attendant Services

Attendant Services are crucial to the health and well-being of many people with spinal cord injuries. Attendants assist with a range of Activities of Daily Living, including - but not limited to - bathing, dressing, and other tasks.

Attendants enable people to live with dignity in the community. Spinal Cord Injury Ontario delivers non-medical attendant services in the Greater Toronto Area to help in the activities of daily living for people with disabilities.

You can find out more about Spinal Cord Injury Ontario's recent campaign to broaden access to attendant services with the 2013 provincial budget here.

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