SII offer a range of community services that allow us to work directly with people and families living with spinal cord injuries.
Our Community Outreach Officers (COOs) are here to provide support and advice to the injured person and their family. Please get in touch if you would like further information about the following:
Our Community Outreach Officers (COOs) are here to provide support to those living with a SCI as well as their family and friends. All you have to do is contact them to get started.
Connect with our trained peer volunteer to share similar experience and appropriate sharing of their own recovery journey and perhaps, most importantly, engendering hope.
Are you a health care professional supporting someone who has sustained a Spinal Cord Injury?
Our Community Outreach Officer can assist you and your family members with professional counselling service to help with coping skills needed to live with the impact of a SCI
We deliver a range of activities for service users to participate in while in the National Rehabilitation Hospital and following their discharge from hospital.
During your rehabilitation or when re-established back home, we can look at lifelong learning or accessibility, together.
What is a medical card and how can I apply?
What is Cauda Equina and what are the 5 red flag warning signs to look out for.
A Primary Medical Certificate (PMC) confirms that the holder is severely and permanently disabled. Your SII Community Outreach Officer (COO) can assist you with your application and/or appeal process.