The Web is a valuable source of information, however, there are some cautions. Below are a list of links to articles that you may find of interest. ALS Canada does not endorse and is not responsible for the content of external sites.
Provincial ALS Societies with web sites:
Other ALS Organizations:
- ww.alsmndalliance.org | International Alliance of ALS/MND Associations – This site includes a directory of ALS/MND organizations worldwide as well as research reports from the latest International Symposium on ALS/MND
- www.alsa.org | ALS Association
- www.lesturnerals.org |The Les Turner ALS Foundation organization
- www.als-mda.org | Muscular Dystrophy America also supports people with ALS and funds ALS research
- www.canadianalsmarchoffaces.com | Canadian March of Faces - raising awareness project
Resources for children:
Basic information | Sponsored by a research organization:
- www.tetrasociety.org | A voluntary organization of Canadian and US engineers and technicians who help to solve your assistive devices challenges
- www.abledata.com | Information on assistive technology and rehabilitation equipment sponsored by the US National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research
- www.speakingdifferently.org | Speaking Differently is a national organization for persons with disabilities who communicate in different ways.
- www.amap.ca | The Atlantic Mobility Action Project aims to restore mobility and important functional abilities, primarily to people whose nervous systems have been damaged by injury or disease, by conducting research on ways to make the best possible use of remaining nervous system function.
General Health Resources:
Australian Stem Centre Patient Handbook | www.stemcellcentre.edu.au/For_the_Public/Patient/Handbook.aspx
Hospice & Palliative Care: