“Wow, wow, wow!!!! FREEDOM!!! What a terrific day. I’ve been imprisoned inside my body for years, and I never thought it possible to experience such a feeling of freedom…” says Ginette Beaudreault, who took part in a sailing excursion organized last summer at the Pointe Claire Yacht Club.
In 2001, Martin and Anick were planning their lives together, looking forward to great adventures, determined to climb their respective career ladders and to start a family. But fate had decided otherwise.
The Society expands its regional outreach
In 2015, one of the Society’s priorities was to extend its outreach to members across the province and to diversify its activities held outside the metropolitan area. As a result during this year, the Society traveled to thirteen administrative regions, organized more support groups
When we share our ideas, energy and philanthropic contributions we create a community that is truly stronger. Together, we’ve accomplished a great deal in 2015. We have made sustainable investments in our services and contributed to major research grants in Canada.
A CROP survey of our members, caregivers and healthcare
“It’s the will to live, the will to continue that make our love more powerful than anything.”
« Être à ses côtés et voir son magnifique sourire quotidiennement, malgré la maladie, me comble au plus haut point. C’est ça l’amour inconditionnel pour moi et ce sera comme ça jusqu’à la fin».