We are now the largest support group for individual laryngectomee survivors of larynx and other throat cancers. It’s free to join and no dues to pay. Note: If you right click the page, you can access a translator to translate the page in any language. Select the translate icon at the top and select the language you want in the box. Clicking the back arrow will take you back to English.Library Resources
Our membership is composed of patients, caregivers, medical professionals and suppliers. Come join us in order to use all our full facilities. It’s free to join and no dues to pay. Note: If you right click the page you will get and option to translate the page in any language. Select the translate icon at the top and select the language you want in the box. Clicking the back arrow will take you back to English.Library Resources
At the IAL Annual Meeting and Voice Institute, you can attend and our Awards Dinner for WebWhispers, national and local events information. We also sponsor WW Cruises. We communicate through email lists and Facebook.
Our loan closet is for temporary use of an electrolarynx. Check the Local club list for clubs in your area. We offer scholarships to those attending the IAL If you are Voice Institute. We have free WW brochures.
We offer these lists of suppliers as a service to our members. Don’t forget to check out the items made by or for members, shown in our Webbies Workshops.
This includes information insurance, computer and internet tips, laryngectomy reading materials, and information on volunteering.
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Laryngectomy Safety Issues
Sections for before and after laryngectomy surgery, Symptoms, treatments, and side effects are covered. Links are provided to otolaryngology centers and other reliable sources for additional information and support.
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