Understanding Neurological Conditions aims to improve the quality of life for Canadians with neurological conditions by helping to remove stigmas, raise awareness, and empower Canadians with tools to navigate and advocate for their own health care.
Canadian researchers from coast to coast are working to understand how the brain works, as it’s key to the hundreds of diseases and injuries that affect it.
Epilepsy is recognized by the World Health Organization as the most common serious brain disorder worldwide, and it can be thoroughly debilitating.
Jeanne Beker — fashion journalist, television star, and Honourary Board Member of the Women’s Brain Health Initiative — discusses brain health awareness.
With the right training and tools — like those from the online training service Sonderly — teachers can help students with autism spectrum disorder succeed.
There are thousands of government-funded mental health and addiction resources and programs. Don’t struggle alone — ConnexOntario can help you find support.
Nobody should have to navigate Parkinson’s disease alone. Blake Bell shares his journey with Parkinson’s, from diagnosis to how he thrives today.
Older adults have been disproportionately impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and it’s affecting their ability to manage their physical and cognitive health.
Through partnerships with industry-leading innovators like Trualta, the Centre for Aging + Brain Health Innovation is helping address unmet seniors’ needs.
Finding a cure would be life-changing for millions of families affected by multiple sclerosis — and to get there, Canadians need to support the MS Society.
Enabling neuroplasticity in people with MS-related gait deficit — through products like PoNS™ — can help improve their walking ability and quality of life.
Imagine sheltering in place during COVID-19 without being able to communicate with your friends and family. This is reality for Canadians with aphasia.