What's Making News

June 22, 2018 - 2:54pm

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The DMRF Canada is pleased to announce our support of the 2018 Banting Research Foundation Discovery Award. We are thrilled to announce, in partnership with The Banting Research Foundation, DMRF Canada is proud to support Nomazulu Dlamini, MD PhD. Neurology, from the Hospital for Sick Children.

June 15, 2018 - 3:32pm

Our thanks to those of you who have participated in the various run, walk and wheel events that have taken place this Spring.

For updates the on the various events see below:

Scotiabank Walk - April 2018

Chuck's Run, Walk and Wheel for Dystonia - June 2018

Hamilton Freedom to Move - June 2018

Sudbury Freedom to Move - June 2018

Vancouver Scotiabank Walk - June 2018

May 16, 2018 - 3:52pm

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National AccessAbility Week 2018 runs from May 27 – June 2, 2018.

This Week celebrates the contributions of people with disabilities and impairments, their communities and workplaces.

As we continue to build a more #AccessibleCanada, let’s take time to celebrate all the work that has been done and is still being done. National #AccessAbility Week is dedicated to inclusion & accessibility. For more information, visit: Canada.ca/accessability-week

April 25, 2018 - 1:06pm

DMRF Canada is thrilled to announce a FREE Two Day Dystonia Symposium taking place in Calgary in September 2018. Special guests and speakers include: Patient Advocate Tom Seaman, Movement Disorder Specialists Dr. Martino, Dr. Suchowersky and Dr. Kiss - plus sessions on meditation, adjunctive therapy, pain management sessions, and much more!

Space is Limited! Click here to learn more and to register.

 

With Sincere Thanks to our Generous Sponsors: 

April 17, 2018 - 3:23pm

We're thrilled to announce that Casey Kidson, Founder of Dyfying Dystonia, has been recognized as the 2017 recipient of the Change-Maker Award by Neurological Health Charities Canada (NHCC); a coalition of organizations that represent people with brain diseases, disorders and injuries in Canada. The NHCC Change-Maker Award, first launched in 2011, aims to recognize outstanding contributions and leadership in inclusion, innovation and integration for the benefit of Canadians living with brain conditions.