Every year, hundreds of ALS advocates from across the country come together to advance public policies that will benefit people living with ALS and their families. From people courageously battling this disease every day and executive leaders representing The ALS Association's 39-chapter network to clinicians and medical care coordinators, the National ALS Advocacy Conference provides an opportunity for the entire ALS community to unite in Washington, D.C. Following a day and a half of trainings and general sessions, ALS advocates travel to Capitol Hill to share their stories with Congress.
2020 Advocacy Conference
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Watch Session Recordings from the 2020 Advocacy Conference
Capitol Hill Update 2020: ALS Advocates Make the Difference
ALS Research in 2020: Update on Clinical Trials, Biomarkers and Patient Perspective Surveys
Care Services in 2020: Adapting to a Changing Environment