ALS Association to horde assembly for patients and caregivers
January 8, 2015 - als
BLUFFTON — The ALS Association Central and Southern Ohio Chapter will
host a second ALS Meet and Greet event in Bluffton on Jan. 22.
gathering is designed for people with ALS, their families and
caregivers, and others who have been caregivers in a past for someone
The purpose of a assembly is to share information and
resources that can be useful to those who are impacted by ALS and to
share insights gained as partial of a ALS journey.
The assembly will
take place on a third building of a Bluffton Town Hall during 154 N. Main
St. from 6-8 p.m. Parking is accessible on a travel or in a lot on
Grove Street, opposite Elm Street from a Town Hall. There is an elevator
in a Town Hall for those who need it. Light refreshments will be
All those who devise to attend should RSVP to Wilma Beckner during 937-525-0930 or email@example.com.
In box of severe continue on Jan. 22, a assembly will be hold on Jan. 27 in a same plcae during a same time.
in 1983, The ALS Association Central and Southern Ohio Chapter serves
patients and families in 56 counties. The section provides services to
the ALS community, promotes recognition of a disease, raises supports for
chapter programs and advocates for people with ALS.
services offering by a section embody consultations with
experienced medical professionals, an apparatus program, monthly
support groups, newsletters, information, mention sources and ALS
advocacy in a internal village and on Capitol Hill.
services are supposing to people with ALS and their caregivers giveaway of
charge interjection to inexhaustible donations from individuals, businesses and
foundations in a community.
The ALS Association is a only
national not-for-profit health classification dedicated only to the
fight opposite ALS. The ALS Association covers all a bases —patient and
community services, research, open preparation and advocacy — in
providing assistance and wish to those confronting a disease.
Leading a quarrel to provide and heal ALS by tellurian investigate and
nationwide advocacy while also lenient people with Lou Gehrig’s
Disease and their families to live fuller lives by providing them with
compassionate caring and support.