For information about osteoporosis, to find a support group near you or to create a group in your community, please contact:
Janet Choboter, Executive Director
123 St. Anne’s Road
Winnipeg, MB R2M 2Z1
Phone: (204) 772-3498 Fax: (204) 772-4200
Brandon and surrounding area: Call the Manitoba Chapter office at (204) 772-3498 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Upcoming events
- Newsletter: The Spinal Column
- Speaker services
- Support groups
- Available positions / Volunteer postings
- Sip ‘n’ Skip program
Please check back soon for upcoming events.
‘Reducing the risk of and managing Osteoporosis’
Do you want to learn more about reducing your risk of osteoporosis and practical tips on how to manage osteoporosis? Consider having a trained volunteer spokesperson from the organization meet with you and your group of colleagues for a personalized session. An excellent selection of pamphlets about calcium, exercise, drug therapies and many other topics will be made available to you at each session.
To arrange a date and location that is convenient for both you and the speaker contact the Manitoba Chapter. There is no charge for these services however a donation to the Chapter is appreciated.
‘Supporting the Newly Diagnosed’
This program is designed for individuals who have recently been diagnosed with osteoporosis. Once a month, we offer the opportunity to attend a presentation containing accurate and pertinent information and an introduction to the variety of resources available through our Chapter. Participants can share their stories and have their questions answered.
If you or someone you know has recently been diagnosed with osteoporosis, contact the Chapter office for further information. There is no fee to attend but registration is required as space is limited. Please call the Chapter office at (204) 772-3498 or email email@example.com
This is a seven-session peer support group program. Participants receive interactive information about bone health and will have the opportunity to actively engage in discussions and share experiences. A new topic will be addressed each session.
Fall 2016 session schedule and location: TBA
Our aim is to help people avoid or reduce the pain and suffering of broken bones. We can’t do it without volunteers though! Please contact the Chapter office if you can help us help people to keep their bones strong and healthy by volunteering in one (or more!) of the following capacities:
Educators: join us in fulfilling our mission to provide life-changing education to the public and work toward a future Canada without osteoporotic fractures. We provide extensive training with ongoing continuing education and support, and we have a terrific social community of volunteers and staff collaborating and networking toward a common goal.
Join one of our Special Event Committees and help plan and implement our fundraisers!
Please call the Chapter office at (204) 772-3498 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for details about the positions listed here.