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Milwaukee, WI 53202

ALS Worldwide

The Importance of Exercise

Because muscle has memory, which enables motor function to become improved and/or automatic the more it is practiced, it appears highly beneficial for patients to exercise in a moderate, controlled manner.

Benefits of Exercise

Not that long ago the ALS diagnosis carried with it the message, "Don't exercise because you'll wear out your muscles." We know today nothing could be further from the truth.

Message Banking: Preserve Your Voice

Being able to communicate with family and friends in your own voice helps maintain a sense of self and identity. Message Banking is one way to achieve that goal.

Peace and Well Being Through Meditation

His Holiness, the Dalai Lama, encourages meditation as a way to develop important life skills including resilience, generosity and positivity.

Mind, Body, Spirit

While we can't think our way towards healing, our mind can focus on positivity and help to improve the quality of our days.

Social Security Benefits for Those with ALS

If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with ALS, you are most likely eligible for financial resources through Social Security to help pay for medical bills and treatments.