For members of the Quebec City and surrounding area
The meeting scheduled for February 29, 2020 is postponed:
- Au : Saturday March 7, 2020
- Heure : 11h30
- Lieu : Restaurant Pacini Quatre-Bourgeois
- Adresse: 999, Avenue de Bourgogne, Québec (QC) G1W 4S6
- Téléphone : 418-658-1202 (Restaurant Pacini)
Subject: “How to live with the Sjögren on a daily basis” – relationship with health professionals (family doctor – rheumatologist and pharmacist)
To organize this meeting, we ask that you register by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at the following toll-free number: 1 877 934-3666
Thank you for your understanding and I look forward to meeting you,
Lise St-André and Danielle-Flore Soucy, heads of self-help groups
E-mail address and newsletter
If you wish to be informed of the Association activities,
subscribe to the Newsletter by email at the following address:
If you want to participate in a self-help and support group,
leave us your details by calling the following number: 514-934-3666
or by email at the following address: email@example.com.
We will contact you.
Danielle-Flore et Lise
Welcome to the Sjögren’s Syndrome Association Website
The Sjögren’s Association is a Canadian registered, non-profit organization. We publish a Bilingual newsletter, the “Sjögren Bulletin” which is sent to our members and some medical professionals four times a year. In our newsletter you will find articles about Sjogren’s Syndrome, information about our association,helpful tips about caring for yourself and news about research.
You will find on this site a wide variety of links providing you with all relevant information to better understand Sjogren’s syndrome
We also organize support group meetings and information sessions for our members and their families and friends. These meetings are presently available in Montreal.
About Our Logo
This logo was chosen in 1994 by the Sjögren’s Syndrome group soon after it was formed in Montreal Quebec Canada. It was designed by one of our members.
Our logo is in the shape of an eye, one of the first problems associated with Sjögren’s Syndrome. Dry eyes are the most common symptom. The dove signifies peace, which everyone with a chronic illness actively seeks.
The heart represents passion and love. Many of us have difficulty coping with the health problems associated with Sjögren’s Syndrome. We reach out through the association to comfort and help others. The tear drop indicates moisture needed for the dry eyes and other parts of the body.