Education For Healthcare Professionals
- Understanding Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
This course provides a general overview of ALS, highlights some of the challenges in getting ALS diagnosed, understanding ALS treatment and an overview of the roles of The ALS Association.
- Respiratory Strategies for Improved Quality of Life for ALS Patients
Developed to support Allied Health Professionals working with people living with ALS, this course identifies ways each member of the multidisciplinary team can take an active role in optimizing respiratory health for ALS patients.
- Caregiver Education
Developed to support non-medical caregivers, this course highlights the specialized caregiving support necessary to address the complex, everchanging nature of ALS.
Improve ALS Patient Outcomes Through Engaging Their Caregivers
This course is intended for health care professionals, within all settings, who work with ALS patients and their informal caregivers. It was designed to highlight caregiver needs and to help professionals of varied disciplines incorporate caregiver wellness into their treatment of ALS patients, benefiting both the patient and their caregiver.
- Hands-On! Low Tech Eye Gaze Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) for individuals with ALS
- How to Make a Home Accessible without Tearing Down Walls
- Using Heath Care Collaboration to Implement a Multidisciplinary ALS Clinic in Rural America
- Educate and Empower: The SLP’s guide to Managing the Communication Needs of individuals with ALS
- What Can PT Do? The Role of the Physical Therapist Across the Disease Stages of ALS
- Understanding Grief and Loss in the ALS Community
- Home Automation Made Simple
- ALS Patients’ Socio-Ecological Resilience and Self-Determination for Life-Sustaining Treatments: A Mixed Methods Study
- Avoiding Burnout: Boundaries for Professional Caregivers
- Assessing for Depression and Anxiety in The ALS Clinic
- Supporting children and youth in families with ALS - Guide for Health Care Professionals
- Early Diagnosis and the Need for Novel Therapeutics in ALS