Going Forward: DMRF Canada October E-Newsletter
Dystonia Awareness Month Recap 
Check out our September successes! 
Dystonia Awareness Month 2018 was a huge success! Thank you to everyone who helped make it one of our best years for raising dystonia awareness yet! We're pleased to share some of our highlights from the month. Click here to learn more about this years key outcomes!
Presentations from DMRF Canada Calgary Symposium 2018 
Watch the informative presentations from the event!
We are thrilled to share that over 150 participants were able to make it out to our Calgary Symposium! If you weren't able to make it, not to worry - we're pleased to share the recordings of the presentations from our DMRF Canada Calgary Dystonia Symposium 2018. Please click here to find the presentations from patients, neurologists, doctors and specialists sharing valuable insights about Dystonia. 
You can watch a full video recording of the event here. 
Dystonia Moves Me Winners 2018! 
Thank you to everyone who helped us raise awareness online! 
Article ImageThank you to everyone who helped us raise awareness for dystonia this September by participating in our Dystonia Moves Me contests! Congratulations to our Dystonia Awareness Month Winners:
Jason Y. – Facebook (Google home mini)
Shelby N.– Instagram (Google home mini)
Sean E. – Instagram (Tim Hortons gift card)
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Our Fall Newsletter Is Here
Subscribe to receive our newsletter in the mail! 
Our fall DMRF Canada newsletter is now available! Click here to check it out.
You can sign up to receive our Newsletter in the mail by clicking here!  
YOUR HELP IS NEEDED! Calgary Clinical Trail 
Do you or someone you know have adult onset primary dystonia? 
Researchers from the Calgary Movement Disorders Clinic need your help! You may be eligible to participate if you are 18 years of age or older. Our goal is to understand the changes and the impact on neuromuscular diseases and adult-onset dystonia. Click here to learn more and find out how you can participate! 
Webinar for Parents of Children and Teens with Dystonia 
Join us this November for this free online presentation!
Article ImageWhen a child is diagnosed with dystonia, parents often don't know where to turn. Join us this November 15th for a special presentation by Stefanie Ince, Executive Director, DMRF Canada, and  Inge A. Meijer MD, PhD, FRCPCClick here for more details. 
Give a gift that matters this November. 
 Giving Tuesday is coming up on November 27th, 2018. Last year, 6 million Canadians made a donation to a charitable organization of their choice in support of Giving Tuesday. 
This year, DMRF Canada wants to raise $5,000.00 and we want to bring on 100 new monthly donors! You can help us reach our goal by considering donating $5. Remember no amount is to small, end every little bit counts.
You can also give the gift of your time! Share this link on social media to help raise funds to support much needed research and support programs for dystonia research:
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Clinical Trial for Dystonia 
You can be a part of dystonia research!
DMRF Canada is proud to support clinical trials on dystonia. If you would like to help support dystonia research by participating in a clinical trial, click here to find out how you can get involved! 
Help Raise Funds to Support Dystonia Research 
Getting involved is easier than you think!
If you would like to help raise funds for dystonia research, you can! We've drafted a letter that you can read, edit, and send out to your network to help raise funds to support much needed clinical research on dystonia. Click here to check out the letter and learn more about how you can get involved! 
Upcoming Support Group Meetings and Events 
DMRF Canada is proud to connect patients with support groups around the country. Click here to find a group near you.  
November 28th: Giving Tuesday 

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