Losing a loved one is always hard. Losing a loved one to ALS can add unexpected layers of guilt, loss of identity, lots of new-found free time, and even relief that your loved one is no longer suffering to the expected grief. Others who have cared for and lost a loved one to ALS can relate to each of these challenging emotions. Join others who have lost a loved one to ALS as we process these complex emotions and explore what’s on “Page 2” for each of us.
To help ensure the safety of you and your family, we will be offering support groups virtually until it is safe to gather again in person.