By members for members

The following resources are produced by the members of the ALS Society of Quebec and include a variety of topics and factual information related to ALS.  Themes include content to help you and your family navigate the journey, information specifically intended for caregivers and tips on how to manage various aspects of the disease.

Mitzi, a Montreal-based yoga teacher, accountant and above all else, a caregiver to her father who has been diagnosed with ALS. Mitzi wrote this book to help caregivers. For more information about this e-book please contact your psychosocial counsellor at the ALS Society of Quebec.

Thrive Through Self Care -Mitzi Perez and Melanie Richards

This guide is filled with recipes developed specifically for feeding tubes and for people experiencing difficulty eating. The authors, a group of Concordia University students, also included guided meditation podcasts. This guide was developed as part of a school project.

Zine-Whole Foods for Feeding Tubes ( Recipes and Resources from the ALS Community)

This is a concise guide about the important steps to consider when you have been diagnosed with ALS. Written by Chantal Lanthier, it is a compilation of suggestions based on her experience, and that of others including Stella Wojas and Élyse-Claude Léveillé.  It is primarily intended for people with ALS living in the greater Montreal area, North and South Shore regions. The tips and information within this guide can be very helpful for you and your caregiver throughout your journey with ALS. It is written uniquely in French

Le Petit Guide SLA

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