During the confinement and all winter long, enjoy the beautiful weather and inspire your family and friends by building a snowman in honor of a loved one with ALS Build a snowperson More info 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 Dedicated to improving the lives of people living with ALS ALS Society of Quebec Learn more WHAT ACTION WILL YOU TAKE? ALS doesn't stop - neither do we Learn more
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EVENTS

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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 virtual support group allows people living with ALS and their caregivers to share their experiences, discuss their concerns and share information and resources.

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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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The ALS Society of Quebec is pleased to host this conference presenting updates regarding nutrition in ALS.

NEWS

We are pleased to present this bilingual presentation on current ALS Research, held on February 24th, 2021. A Q&A follows the conference.
Speakers:
1. Dr.  Richard Robitaille, PhD, Full Professor, Neurosciences Department, Université de Montréal
2. Dr. Angela Genge, Neurologist and Director of the ALS Clinic and the Clinical Research

The Canadian ALS Research Network (CALS) offers you an explanatory document in which you will find the answers to the following questions:

Is the vaccine safe?
Should people living with ALS be considered a vulnerable population?
Should I receive the vaccine?
When and where can I get the vaccine?

⛄ During the confinement and all winter long, enjoy the beautiful weather and inspire your family and friends by building a snowman in honor of a loved one with ALS. Send us your story and photos at [email protected]!
🎨 For the chilly days indoors, have fun with the kids doing this

“With change comes adjustment and resilience.” – Odette Lacroix
Back in 2001, when my husband Pierre was diagnosed with ALS, the outlook for people living with the disease was very different. At the time, there was only one support group in the entire province, so we had to travel to