ALS Canada

Site: Belleville

Service: ALS Canada

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Contact Information
Office Phone 1-800-267-4257 ext 224
E-Mail kb@als.ca
Website www.als.ca
Primary Contact Kim Barry, Regional Manger Central East and Thunder Bay; Phone: 1-800-267-4257 ext 224
Mailing Address c/o Kim Barry 
393 University Ave, Suite 1701 
Toronto, ON M5G 1E6
Physical Access Fully Accessible
Description & Services
Description (Service) ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis) is known as Lou Gehrigs's Disease. * the most common form of motor neuron disease * is a progressive and ultimately fatal neuromuscular disease. * It causes nerve cells to degenerate * voluntary muscles weaken and become immobile * Approximately 3,000 Canadians live with ALS * 2 to 3 Canadians a day die of ALS * Committed to support research towards a cure. * support provincial ALS Societies in their provision of quality care for persons living with ALS * build public awareness and its impact.
Hours Irregular, call for details
Areas Served Hastings County ; Prince Edward County
Eligibility No restrictions
Application call for appointment
Languages English
Fees None
Bus Route Notes Belleville Transit Map
Other Details
Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Date Updated 22 Mar 2017
Subjects
Service Categories Caregiver/Care Receiver Support Groups ~ Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis ; Health/Disability Related Support Groups ~ Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis ; Subject Specific Public Awareness/Education ~ Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

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