Driving is an important activity for many people, it is often associated with a sense of independence. It is a complex task that requires adequate physical, cognitive/perceptual and functional abilities. ALS is an illness that can affect these abilities, therefore having an impact on one’s ability to drive safely.
This 15 minute webcast developed by the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation provides viewers with ideas for accesible design, adaptations for changing needs, and examples of designs and adaptations. This video is uniquely offered in English.
Accessible Housing By Design – Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation
Services Québec-Info-Social 811
Are you experiencing a loss of autonomy? We invite you to consult the following guide. You will find information on government programs and services for which you may be eligible. The caregivers who support you will also find useful information.
In addition, if your loss of autonomy is related to
Éducaloi is a neutral and independent organization with a recognized expertise in legal education and clear legal communication. Its mission is to explain the law to Quebecers in everyday language and enhance their legal competencies.
This presentation is aimed at helping caregivers understand the range of services available to seniors through the CLSCs, as well as the current role and functioning of their home care services. The goal is to help caregivers get the support they need by rendering CLSC resources more accessible and by
Helpful Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) information about monitoring and managing ALS for patients and caregivers.
Getting Started Brochure (PDF)
L’Appui pour les proches aidants d’aînés was created in 2009 to help improve the quality of life of those providing care to older adults by facilitating their daily tasks and ensuring that they take full advantage of available resources.