ILC: Improving the Lives of Children and families living with chronic pain

Oakville, ON – November 12, 2016

TREAT & CURE CHRONIC PAIN AND HERITABLE CHRONIC PAIN DISORDERS NOW

The ILC Charitable Foundation Chronic Pain, Canadian Ehlers Danlos Syndrome and Research Divisions extend a message of hope to the 1 in 5 Canadians, including children and youth, as we come to the conclusion of National Pain Week – As the 2016 National Pain Week activities wrap up, the ILC celebrates the many advancements made in the name of chronic pain, mental health associated to chronic pain and illness, and looks forward to 2017 with HOPE!

Read full National Pain Week Publication here (pdf)

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Three “C’s” for community based Chronic Pain Management and Care:

Collegial.
Cohesive.
Collaborations.

ILC working with clinicians, researchers and scientists to advance understanding of chronic pain diseases

Press Conference, Queen’s Park,
with the Crawford & Mills families, supported by MPP Michael Harris

Events

More events…

Advocacy

ParliamentLiving with a chronic pain illness that is a debilitating disorder or disability can make anyone feel helpless. The ILC want to help you understand that you are much more powerful than you may know!

ADVOCACY: WORKING TOGETHER TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE

Dominic Boivin Fund

Dominic Boivin Fund

Charity Car

Charity Car Donation for chronic pain support