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ALS Society of Ontario
The ALS Society of Ontario provides equipment and support services to people living with ALS. The Society has an extensive equipment loan pool and assists with the purchase of some types of equipment. ALS Ontario also offers information and referral for people with ALS, their caregivers, families and community; referrals to counselling and support, peer support, home visiting (where available), educational materials, and in-service training for healthcare professionals. People with ALS in the Ottawa area are serviced by the ALS clinic at The Rehabilitation Centre.
Osteoporosis Canada, Ottawa Chapter
Osteoporosis Canada (OC), a national charity, is the leading source for credible information about osteoporosis in Canada. OC strives to educate, empower and support individuals and communities in the prevention and treatment of osteoporosis.
CNIB offers specialized programs and services for Canadians of all ages and their families. You do not have to be blind to come to CNIB: in fact, nine out of 10 people who come to us have some vision. CNIBís vision rehabilitation program is the most comprehensive in Canada, enabling people living with vision loss to lead independent, productive lives in their communities and achieve personal satisfaction in life.
Canadian Council of the Blind
The Canadian Council of the Blind is a community based, membership driven, social organization. A national organization, with nine provincial divisions. Members of the Ottawa Chapter take part in activities from dinners to seniorsí outings.
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
Dedicated to finding a cure. For more information call us or visit the website.