Taking care of a person with ALS can become a 24-hour job, looking over and caring for every possible need that the person with ALS may have. At times, it can become overwhelming. Luckily, the ALS Association has the resources to help caregivers with tips to help the in the care of their loved ones, as well as themselves. To learn more of these helpful tips and more, click here.
ALS ASSOCIATION CARE CONNECTION
Sometimes, everyone needs a helping hand. An extra support to help in life. But it can be difficult to ask for help, or to even know what can be done to help the people in need. Luckily, the ALS Association has a program just for this situation.
The Care Connection program is a community of volunteers that provide assistance for the person with ALS and his or her family, even giving the caregiver a break from their duties and focus on their own care. To learn more about the Care Connection, please click here.