Migraine Québec — Newsletter
The summer is coming to an end and we hope it has been pleasant and beneficial for you. We are pleased to bring you an ounce of comfort as well as information in these pandemic times.
Here’s what’s coming up:
1. Virtual support group meeting on Zoom — September 24
To break isolation and meet people living with the same challenges as you. Come share with us. To register: https://migrainequebec.org/evenements/virtual-support-group-by-zoom/
Date: Thursday, September 24, 2020
2. Virtual yoga class on Facebook — every Tuesday evening (in French)
Come do your body good with yoga for migraineurs with Marine Button. If you can’t join her live, no worries, the videos will remain accessible on our Facebook page! https://www.facebook.com/pg/migrainequebec/videos/?ref=page_internal
Date: every Tuesday evening until November 10th inclusively
3. Video capsules “Les minutes mieux comprendre et mieux être” with Mélissa Mitchell (in French)
Once a week, Mélissa will address a topic related to migraines, whether it be a better understanding of one aspect of the condition (minutes mieux comprendre) or ways to live better with migraines (minutes mieux-être).
Date: every Tuesday morning
4. Testimonial of Mr. André Pratte (in French)
Did you miss the testimonial via Zoom of Mr. André Pratte, journalist, editorialist, author and former senator, who lives with chronic migraine and depression? It took place during our Annual General Meeting on July 30th. The video is now available: https://migrainequebec.org/video/temoignage-andre-pratte/
5. New article “Pourquoi je fais semblant d’aller bien” (in French)
Written by Maryse Bonsaint, volunteer, and inspired by an article by Kyky Knight of Migraine.com. To read it: https://migrainequebec.org/pourquoi-est-ce-que-je-fais-semblant-daller-bien/
6. Partage Migraine Quebec (in French)
If you haven’t already done so, join our private support group on Facebook “Partage Migraine Québec” to share, seek comfort or give tips. We’re waiting for you there: https://www.facebook.com/groups/312758085805229
7. Become a volunteer
Year after year, Migraine Quebec pursues its mission on a daily basis thanks to the involvement of its dedicated volunteers in all the ramifications of the organization. Interested in being a part of Migraine Quebec’s dynamic super-team of volunteers? Come take a look at our volunteer opportunities: https://migrainequebec.org/migraine-quebec/devenir-benevole/?mc_cid=a3bbe78b31&mc_eid=950e01edcf
8. Become a member
At Migraine Quebec, all members are recognized and heard throughout the year! By joining the team, you contribute to the strengthening of the organization, and through your right to vote at the annual general meetings, you make things happen! Welcome to an organization that values the diversity of voices: https://migrainequebec.com/devenir-membre/?mc_cid=a3bbe78b31&mc_eid=950e01edcf
Louise and Marie, for the Migraine Quebec team
The McGill University Health Centre is not affiliated with Migraine Québec; shared for information purposes only.