Due to the threat of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, this year, the 13th annual ALS & MS Walk for Living will be held virtually on Sunday, October 17. SimpliHere connected with Maura Graham, director of Walk for Living, to learn more about this meaningful and beloved event.
If you follow SimpliHere on social media, you may have seen our weekly posts with tips for making life with ALS as easy as possible. We call them SimpliTips, and we’ve been sharing them every Tuesday for several months. As much as we love SimpliTips, we’re going to hit pause on them for a minute […]
First Lady of the Yankees, ALS Caregiver, and Advocacy Icon.
Amid setbacks and letdowns, the ALS community is leaning on its resilience and finding hope.
Last week, both the Senate and the U.S. House of Representatives passed the ALS Disability Insurance Access Act. This news marks a tremendous milestone for the ALS community. The legislation eliminates a mandatory five-month waiting period that up to this point has been in place for people with medically-determined ALS to receive Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI). Imagine that you have been […]
This year’s ALS Advocacy Conference, put on by the ALS Association, looked a bit different in 2020 over computer screens and Zoom links, as did everything else this year. But as the resounding rally cry of the conference went, “ALS does not stop, and neither can we.” Many things have been postponed or cancelled this […]
Did you miss the 2020 Virtual ALS Advocacy Conference? Here’s a breakdown of the conference sessions to help you catch up, stay informed, and advocate on your time!
SimpliHere founder Joanna has lived the challenges ALS patients and caregivers experience on a daily basis. So she created a tool to help.
“The hereditary chart of our family would boggle your mind. It’s filled with heartache and pain and sorrow. But there’s also support. And there’s good parts of the story, too.”
One ALS Patient Finds Hope In Family And Research Data
Anyone who thinks being diagnosed with a terminal illness means their life is over needs to meet Sunny Erasmus.
Gone are the days of relying on hand gestures and a white board.