If you don't know what ALS is, STOP what you are doing right now! C'mon, you are on pinterest...you totally have a few minutes to learn about something important. Now go to you tube and watch the OFTEN AWESOME web series. Start with the first video, then >>>>>do what the red sign says!
This Man Has ALS. If You Only Watch One More Ice Bucket Challenge, It Should Be His. For those participating in the ALS ice bucket challenge, please make sure you are indeed truly raising awareness about this disease. It's important.
May is #ALS Awareness Month. Far too little is known about ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease). But the more people living with ALS participate in the National ALS Registry, the more accurate the picture will become. Click to learn more about the Registry.
Timothy LaFollette was diagnosed at 29 with ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease) in 2009. Andy created 34, 10-minute episodes from diagnosis to his passing and chronicles a beautiful tale about love, hope, community, friendship and courage, in the face of daunting challenges and deep loss.