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Your Gateway to Disability Education

In a world where accessibility and knowledge are paramount, Spinal Cord Injury Ontario (SCIO) has relaunched, an enhanced platform that stands as a beacon for individuals seeking to understand, navigate, and thrive with a mobility disability. This modernized website not only offers a wealth of resources but also embodies SCIO’s commitment to creating an inclusive society where every individual has the opportunity to succeed. has always been more than just an educational resource—it’s a community-driven initiative designed to empower and inspire. With its recent updates, the platform now offers an even richer array of content and features that cater to the diverse needs of its users. From comprehensive video series to expert-led courses, is a treasure trove of in-depth information waiting to be explored.

The extensive library of video content covers a myriad of topics, from practical daily living tips to deeply personal stories shared by individuals with lived experience. Whether you’re looking for advice on managing the complexities of SCI or seeking inspiration from others, Cortree provides a welcoming space where knowledge and empathy intersect.

Education is empowerment, and takes this to heart with its diverse range of eLearning courses. These courses, developed by healthcare professionals and disability experts, cover essential topics such as aging with a spinal cord injury, managing pressure injuries, and more. Each course is designed to provide reliable, high-quality information that can significantly improve the quality of life for individuals with disabilities.


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Don’t wait—enhance your knowledge and join a supportive community today! Visit and become part of our mission to empower individuals with disabilities.

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