For People with ALS and Caregivers

Those with ALS come first in everything we do
We're here to help people living with ALS and their families
Those with ALS come first in everything we do
We're here to help people living with ALS and their families
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Receiving a diagnosis of ALS is challenging and overwhelming. There is so much to know, a great deal to consider, and typically a host of questions.

The ALS Association is dedicated to providing you and your family and friends with information, support and resources you need to live a fuller life and better meet the daily challenges of living with ALS. Check out some helpful additional information.

Find Help Near You

The ALS Association offers comprehensive programs and services through our network of chapters, ALS Certified Treatment Centers of Excellence and clinics, support groups and the national office.

Living with ALS

Read more about inspiring individuals and their families who are living with ALS

Meet Jim Eutizzi

"Once in a while – once in a great while – you meet someone about whom you can say, ‘My life is better for the meeting.’ That’s how I feel about Jim Eutizzi. That’s how many people feel about Jim."

Mr. Jim Eutizzi is a resident of Wisconsin, married and the father of four. Diagnosed with ALS in 2007 at the age of 44, he has spent the ensuing years in pursuit of raising public awareness, advocating at various organizations and providing education and caring support to others affected by ALS.

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Stay up to date with our ALS Insight Newsletter

The ALS Association’s Care Services electronic newsletter, ALS Insight is published quarterly. ALS Insight covers a broad range of subjects including stories about people living with ALS, Q&A with medical professionals, tips on daily living and communication, and webinar announcements.

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