See who is part of our team to #StrikeOutALS! Click here to see the photos 2021 Edition Download now! Culinary Care in ALS

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The Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Society of Quebec is dedicated to improving the lives of people living with ALS as well as their caregivers. We're here for you! Stronger together More info WHAT ACTION WILL YOU TAKE? ALS doesn't stop - neither do we Learn more Dedicated to improving the lives of people living with ALS ALS Society of Quebec Learn more
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EVENTS

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This group is for people living with ALS in Quebec and the surrounding areas, as well as their friends, families, and caregivers. If you wish to discuss, obtain information or be in the company of others who know what you’re going through, please join us! 

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This virtual support group provides a place to exchange, to promote a better understanding of the disease and its different stages, inspired by each person’s unique context and reality.

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This conference will explore the notion of change, from various angles, in order to take its full measure.

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This information session will present various tax measures for people with disabilities

NEWS

A filmed interview with a person with ALS is presented during this conference. In it, she talks about her way of communicating and the advantages she sees in communicating with an assistive communication device (iPad with Speech Assistant application). Sophie Dupont and Gabrielle Morin, speech-language pathologists, will briefly describe possible

As part of National Caregiver Appreciation Week, Chantal Lanthier shares her testimonial to highlight the valuable contribution of her husband and friends in her daily life.
I have ants in my pants!
When our life hourglass runs out, we feel a great urgency to live, a real need to celebrate

We are pleased to announce a new collaboration with TELUS Health. They agreed to offer all families who are members of the ALS Society of Quebec a discount of $10 per month on its LivingWell Companion service with Fall detection.
Feel safer at home with this personal emergency response service

The diagnosis of ALS, like a train that has to change tracks suddenly, imposes a change of direction on one’s own life and those of one’s loved ones. Unlike retirement, where it is possible to plan and choose the direction of one’s new life outside of work, ALS is an