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ALS Worldwide welcomes any questions or comments you might have.  We provide free, personalized and confidential support services to anyone in the ALS community—whether you are a patient or a loved one, friend, health care professional or caregiver of someone diagnosed.

Get help now! Fill out the Online Profile Form or if you would prefer to talk with someone by email or phone first, please contact us at [email protected] or 1-414-831-6879.

For all other inquiries, please use the email form to the right and we will respond promptly to your request.Thank you.

ALS Worldwide
1800 North Prospect Avenue, Suite 4B
Milwaukee, WI 53202

ALS Worldwide
February 01, 2019

Resource For Care

My Senior Care Guide is a nationwide resource that helps US patients find care in their home town. Whether part time, full time, live in care is needed, this organization can connect anyone with a local agency that is bonded, insured and qualified to care for a loved one. Once a person registers online, the agency calls to get more information about financial limitations or specific needs for the patient or the family. Then they contact a local care agency that can fulfill patients' needs. My Senior Care Guide also provides assistance for those currently receiving Medicare to help navigate the system. While the original purpose was to assist seniors, this program has expanded to include a patient population of all ages and needs, including infants, children, and adults.

Caring.com Looking for care for your loved one can be stressful in itself.  Caring.com is an organization that helps with in-home care, provides information about your options and can guide you through the process.  While focused mainly on senior care, this organization is mindful of the issues facing those with ALS and their families and can help provide information and support.

About Assisted Living Facilities is another nationwide resource that helps US patients find both in home care support as well as quality assisted living facilities.  As a not for profit organization, they do the evaluation effort that is so necessary when selecting care for your loved one. About Assisted Living Facilities is written by a group of medical professionals and is meant to serve as a resource for anyone looking for information on placing themselves or a loved one into an assisted living facility or for someone to assist them in their own home.