Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Support for Champions Helps Children of ALS Parents

Calgary resident Adam Drybrough serves as a business development consultant and establishes digital marketing and growth hacking strategies for startup businesses and brands in the retail and corporate sector. Beyond his professional pursuits, Adam Drybrough supports the Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) Society of Alberta. The organization’s services include the Support for Champions program. 

Designed to enhance the lives of children with parents afflicted by ALS, the Support for Champions program helps relieve the financial burdens associated with the disease. Parents with ALS may experience difficulty in affording childhood activities and accessing the necessary resources to help their children deal with emotions such as anger or grief. Funds supplied by Support for Champions enable families to afford participation in social activities for children as well as access support services.

Persons eligible for the program include children aged 18 years or under who have or previously had a parent diagnosed with ALS. Children must live within the province of Alberta at the time of registration, and parents must register with the ALS Society of Alberta prior to applying.

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