There are several resources and support services available in Canada for individuals with PSP (progressive supranuclear palsy) and their families. Here are some examples:
- Coleen Cunningham Foundation for PSP Awareness: CCF for PSP Awareness is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing support and resources for individuals with PSP and their families. They offer educational resources, support groups, and advocacy efforts.
- Parkinson Canada: Parkinson Canada provides support and resources for individuals with Parkinson's disease and related disorders, including PSP. They offer education and support programs, as well as information about available services and resources.
- Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists: Occupational therapists can play an important role in helping individuals with PSP maintain independence and quality of life. The Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists offers resources to help individuals find an occupational therapist in their area familiar with PSP.
- Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Association: For individuals with advanced PSP, palliative care services may be helpful in managing symptoms and providing support. The Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Association provides resources and information about available palliative care services.
- Local health authorities: Local health authorities and healthcare providers can provide information about available services and resources, as well as connect individuals with PSP and their families to appropriate care providers and support services.
It's also important to note that there may be regional or local organizations that provide support and resources specifically for individuals with PSP and their families. It can be helpful to do some research and connect with local organizations or support groups to find additional resources and support in your area.