Together, we give hope.
ALS Quebec is proud to contribute to the ALS Canada Research Program, which invests in the best ALS research in Canada that will have significant impact on the global effort to create a future without ALS.
In 2017, 12 new research projects totalling $3 million were
Speaking out together
While a major part of our mission depends on our ability to listen to our members and their needs, our other key objectives include advocating for them, educating the public through various channels, and showing how your donations directly impact the lives of Quebec families living with ALS.
Improving the quality of life of Quebec families touched by ALS
Learning you have ALS is devastating. The diagnosis stirs up all kinds of emotions — fear, worry, sadness and anger. From diagnosis to end-of-life care and bereavement support, our dedicated team of psychosocial counsellors and coordinators provide compassionate and knowledgeable
Together, we stand united.
If there’s anything we’ve learned over the years, it’s that we can’t do it alone. Together, we’re the voice, the heart and the hope of the ALS community. Together, we’re able to accomplish great things. Every action, no matter how small, has a direct impact on
LAVAL, Québec (January 23, 2018) – The Laval Rocket is proud to announce Chris Terry’s commitment to the cause of the Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Society of Quebec (ALS), more commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. Terry has chosen to give two tickets to each
Thank you for giving families touched by ALS the greatest gift of all.
As the new year approaches, the ALS Society of Quebec would like to sincerely thank you for the generosity, confidence and support you’ve shown to the ALS community. Thank you for being part of Team ALS and
What if you woke up one day and were no longer independent?
What if the things you take for granted started slipping away, day after day, without warning? If talking, eating and moving around suddenly became things you had to think about and plan? That’s what people living with
Who are your closest friends?
They’re the remarkable people who have become part of your life, who understand you, listen to you, support you, and are always there for you, in good times and in bad. Friendship is a precious gift, a gift that people with ALS often unexpectedly
When was the last time you did something for yourself?
In the frenzy of daily life, we often forget about ourselves. Between work, kids, friends and family obligations, “me time” often falls to the bottom of the priority list. For the caregiver of someone living with ALS, downtime is
What’s the greatest gift you’ve ever received?
Whether it was a doll house, an electric train, a family vacation or a pet, you’ve surely unwrapped a gift in the past that made a lasting impression – a gift that you’d longed for and remember receiving like it was yesterday. This