In partnership with Nova West Island and with the generous support of the Tony Proudfoot Fund, monthly meetings are organized with fellow ALS caregivers to discuss some of the challenges each are facing.
You are a game changer
It’s hard to win against a tough opponent like Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), but the actions you took in the past year changed the rules of the game. You changed the lives of families touched by ALS by supporting personalized programs and services for those
Engaging the dialogue with the government and the general public
Making game-changing progress means reaching out to Quebecers and government authorities to raise awareness for ALS and the realities and challenges that people touched by the disease have to face.
“I want to urge governments to pledge their support
Bridging the gap between families and the research community
Guy Aubert’s hope for the future was shaken to the core after he was diagnosed with ALS in March 2018. But the Victoriaville man’s hope was restored by Dr. Richard Robitaille and his ALS research team. He and his wife, along
Offering personalized support across the province
Nothing can prepare someone for living with ALS, but thanks to your donations, our team can maintain and create new ways to support Quebec families touched by ALS throughout the province and at every stage of the illness.