Resources for Caregivers

Being a caregiver for someone living with ALS isn’t easy. Often, you're so busy supporting your loved one that your own physical or mental health takes second priority. It’s important you get the support and assistance you need so you can care for your loved one to the best of your abilities. Learn more.

Support Group

Support Groups

Support groups are a great resource for people to maintain control over their lives, to give and take the wisdom and experience that comes from living with a devastating illness.

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The ALS Association collaborates with some of the best ALS physicians and clinics across the United States to help ensure that people living with ALS have access to specialized care, based on best practices.

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Respite Care

Being a family caregiver, while a fulfilling role, can consume a great deal of physical, mental and emotional energy. Respite care gives you, the family caregiver, an opportunity to take a much-needed break from the daily care that you provide for your loved one. 

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ALS Care Connection

ALS Care Connection is a private online calendar that can be used to support to the entire family – by organizing volunteers to take care of some of those tasks families describe as "falling through the cracks.

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Educational Materials

We provide various resources so that you can quickly and easily access in-depth information about ALS.

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Care E-Newsletter

Stay up to date with the latest ALS care news by signing up for our NEW e-newsletter, Care Matters.

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