The Canadian Addison Society
La Société canadienne d'Addison

The Canadian Addison Society
2 Palace Arch Drive
Etobicoke, ON
M9A 2S1
Toll free: 1-888-550-5582
info@addisonsociety.ca

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Welcome to The Canadian Addison Society

Addison's Disease (Adrenal Insufficiency)
The number of people with Addison's Disease (Adrenal Insufficiency) varies with surveys in different countries depending on how these surveys are done, but in the United States, between 6 and 11 out of every 100,000 people will be diagnosed with this disease. The statistics are probably the same in Canada.

With this low prevalence of the disease, you may not have met anyone else who has this problem and it can be supportive to discuss your experience with others who have a similar problem.

We hope to help educate not only the medical society but also the public to aspects of the disease.

Meeting Schedules

The local Support Group meetings listed below, offer an opportunity to have personal contact with others who may have experienced the same problems as you are having, to obtain new ideas, and to have questions answered. It is a gathering place where those with Addison’s/Adrenal Insufficiency and their family members and friends can come together to exchange information and get ideas on how to cope. It is good to know that you are not alone.

Date/Time Location Contact Comments
Saturday, June 4, 2016
1:00pm - 3:00pm
B.C. Lower Mainland Support Group Meeting
Neill Russell Room
Royal Columbian Hospital
330 East Columbia Street
New Westminster, BC
 
Judy Stanley
bugbee@shaw.ca
 
An Emergency Injection Training Clinic will be part of the program.

 

Become a Member

Membership in The Canadian Addison Society provides members with access to information on Addison's Disease for both newly diagnosed and veteran Addisonians.

The Society issues an educational and informative newsletter 3 or 4 times year, and provides the ability to connect with other individuals who have the same or similar problems and questions through local support group meetings. As well, local support meetings frequently highlight knowledgeable Addison-related guest speakers.

Donations above the cost of membership are tax deductible as the Canadian Addison Society is designated as a registered charitable organization under the Income Tax Act of Canada by the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA), # 87248 5511 RR0001.

To join The Canadian Addison Society, please choose one of the options below:

  1. by Credit Card:
    Membership Form (PayPal) (you don't need a PayPal account to use this)

  2. by Cheque: Membership Form
    Download the pdf form, print it, complete it, and mail it with your cheque for $25.00 per annum to the address in the form

MEMBERS: You may also use either of the above methods to renew your annual membership.
We also remind all members that annual fees to The Canadian Addison Society are due in January of each year.

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You may choose to use CanadaHelps.org where you may make your donations (only) using your
Credit Card. CanadaHelps.org will provide you with a tax receipt almost immediately.

MEMBERS PLEASE NOTE:
Membership cannot be paid through CanadaHelps.org.
For Membership dues payment please use PayPal or forward a cheque.

Tax receipts will be issued for donations of $15.00 or more when mailed to:
The Canadian Addison Society
c/o the Treasurer
2 Palace Arch Drive
Etobicoke, ON
M9A 2S1

Donate Now With PayPal

Donate or pay membership dues using PayPal where you may use:
VISA - MASTERCARD - AMEX - DISCOVER
You do not require a PayPal account to use this payment option.
Donations over $15 made using either PayPal or cheque will receive a tax receipt directly from The Canadian Addison Society.

Newsletters

Spring 2016
February 2016
October 2015
July 2015
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