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Location:   Camp HeHoHa on Lake Isle Dates:  July 27-30, 2017 Camp Freedom was founded in 2000 and they will be hosting their 18th annual camp this in 2017. Each year, they host between 24 and 28 campers with varying degrees of mobility impairment and learning disabilities. The camp is facilitated exclusively by 16 qualified volunteers… Read More


Effective February 1, 2017, the Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus Association of Canada will be moving to our new office space.… Read More


The Spina Bifida & Hydrocephalus Association of Canada (SBHAC) would like to invite medical professionals and researchers to apply for a Research Grant based on a project that address the medical issues and treatment of those affected by spina bifida and/or hydrocephalus. We are now accepting applications for larger and possibly multi-year projects that cover… Read More


Virtual Tree Campaign

Virtual Tree Campaign launch – November 15, 2016 In the spirit of the holiday season, we ask for your support by placing a Star, Gift  or Light on our virtual tree! Your donation helps us continue to do good work in  communities across Canada. While the main focus of the national office is on  education… Read More


October 25, 2016 ACCESS TO HEALTHCARE FOR ALL! #WSBHD Today is the 5th World Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus Day! The aim of the World Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus Day is to raise awareness and understanding and to advocate and promote the rights of persons with these conditions. Does your association plan to organise some activities… Read More


Many THANKS to the participants and sponsors who took part in the 3rd Annual SBHAC  Golf Classic at Kingswood Golf and Country Club on September 17, 2016. The day started  cool and brisk but turned out warm and sunny. A great day of golf ended with an  excellent meal and prize presentation. Congratulations to Best… Read More


Obesity is a global health concern. Children and youth with disabilities have high rates of obesity, which can affect both their physical health and quality of life. Children with spina bifida are at higher risk of developing overweight or obesity for a number of reasons, but weight management is not often talked about in spina bifida clinics. … Read More