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      Amanda
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      In the ALS world there really hasn’t been much to get excited or hopeful about recently.  Many of the clinical trials and research seem to be falling short of our community’s needs (understatement of the year). However, you don’t have to look to far to see just how much support our ALS community does have. The ALS Association is a great organization that helps out and leads the way in many areas including advocacy, support, information and providing equipment for pALS.  For example, recently the Mississippi-Louisiana Chapter joined into a partnership with Speech Language Pathologist graduate students at Mississippi University to provide communication devices, training and evaluations. You can read more about it by following this link.

      https://alsnewstoday.com/news-posts/2021/03/10/partnership-communication-devices-mississippi-residents-als/

      What other examples of support or positive experiences can you add? Do you have contact information for fellow pALS or caregivers?

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