* 1. Active living
- Exercising using FES assisted cycling, using body weight-supported treadmill walking, walking in a robotic exoskeleton (e.g., the Lokomat), walking over ground with and without a powered exoskeleton (e.g., the ReWalk)
- Losing weight after a spinal cord injury
- Adapted sports and recreation

* 2. Relationships
- Maintaining and establishing relationships

* 3. Parenting
- Childcare
- Accessibility issues in your child’s school
- Transportation
- Recreational sports
- Nutrition

* 4. Research in spinal cord injury
- Spinal cord injury in humans – repair and treatment strategies
- Animal-models of spinal cord injury
- New findings

* 5. Aging with a disability
- Changing secondary complications of spinal cord injury: bone density, cardiovascular, renal function etc.   
- Employment

* 6. Nutrition and diet
- Losing weight after spinal cord injury 
- Replenishing nutrients
- Diet for maintaining bone density

* 7. Caregiving
- Resources for partners
- Signs of distress
- Difference between a partner and a care provider

* 8. Rehabilitation back into the community
- Employment
- Accessibility at home and in the community
- Participating in recreational community events

* 9. Depression and anxiety
- Signs of depression and anxiety
- Coping strategies
- Treatment strategies

* 10. For more information, contact Guy Coulombe (Manager of Client Services - Edmonton) at (587) 410-2427.

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