*Event: Spotlight on ALS Research and Q&A – February 19, 2024

Top ALS researchers talked about their work and answered the questions of the ALS Community.

Talking about death won’t kill you: Conversations about medical assistance in dying and more

Anyone caring for someone with a serious illness will naturally think about how to support a “good death”. But what is a good death? Join host Donna Thomson for a conversation with Dr. Kathy Kortes-Miller, best-selling author and Canada’s favourite unconventional death educator.

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Proper Seating in a Wheelchair: Adjustments and Utilization of Components – A video series by Lethbridge-Layton-Mackay Rehabilitation Centre (LLMRC)

This series of short videos provides guidance for proper wheelchair sitting and for making comfort and safety adjustments.

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*Webinar – Professional panel

Have you ever wondered who all these health care professionals are and how they are caring for you?

View these professional panel presentations, which took place on September 12 and 26, 2023, where healthcare professionals from ALS clinics, CLSC, and rehabilitation centres explain their profession and their role within your care.

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*Event: Spotlight on ALS research

As part of ALS Awareness Month in June, we had the pleasure to host our second session Spotlight on ALS Research: answers to your questions and a chance to meet the researchers that took place on June 21, 2023. Dr. Richard Robitaille, Professor in the Department of Neurosciences at the University of Montreal, hosted this event. […]

Choosing when to die: donating her organs through medical assistance in dying – CBC Docs POV

A Halifax woman’s incurable disorder led her to educate others about being in control of one’s death and leaving a legacy through organ donation.

Stories for caregivers – Mitzi

Advice and insight from Mitzi, a yoga teacher and accountant providing support to her father who has ALS .

MND: Margaret Young: The Physical Journey

A palliative care educator and volunteer shares what it’s like physically to live with ALS (also known as MND). Part of a series.