Living with ALS Resource Guides
Care Services Webinars
Veterans Living with ALS
This series of classroom-style education sessions was designed specifically for people who have been diagnosed less than 6 months and addresses important topics such as: programs and services provided by our chapter, Q & A with a neurologist, adapting to change, insurance and legal planning, and understanding research. Invitations will be mailed to all newly diagnosed families prior to each class. Four-week classes are offered in March, July, & October.
ASK THE EXPERTS
Each year, this state-wide conference brings together people with ALS, their caregivers, and experts in the field of ALS for a chance to learn and engage with one another. A keynote presentation and break-out sessions will address topics ranging from the latest information on research & clinical trials to strategies for symptom management in daily living. Invitations will be mailed to all registered families. Our next event is scheduled for August 27, 2022. Stay tuned for more details!
CAREGIVER SKILLS TRAINING
Join us for hands-on training sessions to learn the techniques of safe and successful caregiving. This class has been designed specifically for family caregivers caring for a person with ALS and will address important topics including: transfers, personal hygiene, communication, emergency preparedness, and more!
Phoenix Caregiver Skills Training
February 26, 2022, 10:00am-3:00pm
Bob Bove Neuroscience Institute at HonorHealthRegister for Phoenix training here!
Tucson Caregiver Skills Training
March 26, 2022, 10:00am-3:00pm
U of A Disability Resource CenterRegister for Tucson training here!