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Some non-profits specialize in medical disorders such as Parkinsonís disease, Schizophrenia, or deafness. These organizations include medical information or family support groups.



The Lung Association Alberta & NWT

The Pacific Children's Heart Network
3821 Cedar Hill Cross Rd, Unit 4, Victoria, British Columbia

The Children's Heart Network is a provincial, non-profit organization offering support, information, and education to families, children, and youth dealing with congenital or acquired heart disease.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Disorders

Volunteer Profile of The Pacific Children's Heart Network


The Lung Association Alberta & NWT

The PREP Program
2004 - 12 Avenue NW, Calgary, Alberta

The PREP Program (PREP) is where families, who have a child with Down syndrome, find expert advice, innovative services, and best of all, hope, for their child's future. The goal is "inclusion for life" and that begins in the home, continues at school, then leads to an independent life with a meaningful job. Parents connect in a welcoming, supportive community that accepts their child's disability yet challenges them to expect more. PREP partners with government, community sponsors, and individual donors to provide educational, therapy and family support services that enable each child to achieve his or her own unique potential and help parents become their child's best advocate.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Disorders

Volunteer Profile of The PREP Program


The Lung Association Alberta & NWT

The Sanfilippo Children's Research Foundation
41 Gwendolen Avenue, Toronto, Ontario

Children with Sanfilippo syndrome are missing an essential enzyme that breaks down sugars, resulting in a build-up in the brain and other organs, ultimately stopping development and causeing hyperactivity, sleep disorders, seizures, loss of speech & mobility, mental retardation, and dementia. Most children do not live to adulthood.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Disorders

Volunteer Profile of The Sanfilippo Children's Research Foundation


The Lung Association Alberta & NWT

The Saskatchewan Brain Injury Association Inc.
1702 20th Street W, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Since 1985, the Saskatchewan Brain Injury Association has been helping individuals and families deal with the effects of traumatic or acquired brain injury.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Disorders

Volunteer Profile of The Saskatchewan Brain Injury Association Inc.


The Lung Association Alberta & NWT

The Waterloo Regional Down Syndrome Society
385 Fairway Rd S., Suite 4A, Kitchener, Ontario

The Waterloo Regional Down Syndrome Society supports and informs individuals, families and the community on issues related to Down syndrome. We advocate for persons with Down syndrome to lead healthy and active lives enabling them to contribute their unique gifts to our community.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Disorders

Volunteer Profile of The Waterloo Regional Down Syndrome Society


The Lung Association Alberta & NWT

Tourette Syndrome Foundation of Canada
Tourette Syndrome Fondation Du Canada
194 Jarvis St, Suite 206, Toronto, Ontario

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Disorders

Volunteer Profile of Tourette Syndrome Foundation of Canada


The Lung Association Alberta & NWT

VHL Alliance
4227 Hamilton Rd., Dorchester, Ontario

The VHL Alliance (VHLA) is a 501c3 non-profit organization founded in 1993 by three families with VHL to share experiences, learn from one another, support one another, and help the doctors understand and treat VHL, and make life for patients. Today, the VHL Alliance is the preeminent resource and clearing house of patients, caregivers, researchers and the medical community. VHLA is connected with approximately 90% of all diagnosed VHL patients throughout the world.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Disorders

Volunteer Profile of VHL Alliance


The Lung Association Alberta & NWT

Victoria Brain Injury Society
830 Pembroke Street, Units D & E, Victoria, British Columbia

Victoria Brain Injury Society gives survivors and their loved ones that which the medical professional cannot: long term support through the many steps, both backward and forward, of life after brain injury. From those just released from hospital, to those who have lived with their injuries for decades, survivors consistently express gratitude and relief once they've walked through the Society's doors. Finally , people who "get it"!

Keywords: Mental Health · Health and Medicine · Health · Disorders

Volunteer Profile of Victoria Brain Injury Society


The Lung Association Alberta & NWT

Victoria Epilepsy and Parkinson's Centre Society
813 Darwin Ave, Victoria, British Columbia

The Victoria Epilepsy and Parkinson's Centre Society is a vibrant and welcoming non-profit society whose purpose is to strengthen clients', families' and communities' ability to manage the physical, psychological and social effects of Parkinson's and epilepsy.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Disorders

Volunteer Profile of Victoria Epilepsy and Parkinson's Centre Society


We Rage We Weep Alzheimer Foundation

We Rage We Weep Alzheimer Foundation
707-828 Rupert Terrace, Victoria, British Columbia

Project Lifesaver of Greater Victoria - a VHF radio frequency technology based wander location and recovery program for seniors with dementia dedicated to bringing loved ones home!

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Disorders · Alzheimer

Volunteer Profile of We Rage We Weep Alzheimer Foundation


We Rage We Weep Alzheimer Foundation

Wellspring
2 Adelaide Street West, Suite 300, Toronto, Ontario

Wellspring is a network of community-based support centres offering programs and services that meet the emotional, social, practical and restorative needs of people living with cancer and those who care for them. Wellspring programs are offered free of charge.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Disorders · Cancer

Volunteer Profile of Wellspring


Wellspring Calgary

Wellspring Calgary
1404 Home Road NW, Calgary, Alberta

Wellspring Calgary is a charitable organization which supports, informs and empowers those diagnosed with cancer by helping them address the fear, isolation, disruption and practical problems which cancer can bring to their lives. In operation since 2007 and an affiliate of the Wellspring Cancer Support Foundation, Wellspring Calgary provides a comprehensive range of programs, support, resources and programs so anyone living with cancer and the people who care about them can improve the quality of their lives. All programs and services are informed by evidence and offered free of charge and without referral in a warm, caring, and welcoming community-based centre nestled in the trees near the Bow River.

Our vision: No one has to face cancer alone.


Keywords: Health and Medicine · Disorders · Cancer

Volunteer Profile of Wellspring Calgary


Wellspring Calgary

Wellspring London and Region
382 Waterloo Street, London, Ontario

Wellspring London and Region was launched in 1999 by the WCA, a London-based human services charitable organization established in 1874. Under the guidance of the WCA, Wellspring developed into a stand alone organization in 2011, marked by the development of an independent board and the collaboration with the YMCA.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Disorders · Cancer

Volunteer Profile of Wellspring London and Region


Wellspring Calgary

Wellspring Stratford
48 Well Street, Stratford, Ontario

Wellspring Stratford first opened its doors in October 2006 under the auspices of Wellspring London and Region. Initially supported financially by the Quilt Project, Wellspring Stratford has grown to serve the Perth Huron community. Governed through the Stratford Steering Committee, Wellspring Stratford offers a warm and supportive gathering place for individuals living with cancer, and those who care for them.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Disorders · Cancer

Volunteer Profile of Wellspring Stratford


Wellspring Calgary

Western Society for Children With Birth Disorders
93 Sixth Street, Suite 102, New Westminster, British Columbia

The Western Society for Children is a registered charity that provides community-based support to children with disabilities and their families. Working in collaboration with parents, teachers, and caregivers we develop programs and resources that assist children in managing their disabilities and advocate for greater access to existing services. As an inclusive and barrier-free organization we make these resources freely accessible to all children and families in our community.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Disorders

Volunteer Profile of Western Society for Children With Birth Disorders


York Durham Aphasia Centre

York Durham Aphasia Centre
13311 Yonge Street, Suite 202, Richmond Hill, Ontario

The York-Durham Aphasia Centre is a program of March of Dimes Canada.

Keywords: Seniors · Health Centres · Health and Medicine · Education and Literacy · Disorders · Disabled

Volunteer Profile of York Durham Aphasia Centre




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