About: Team ALSF

Recent Posts by Team ALSF

Advocates Come In All Different Shapes… And Sizes

This is a perfect example of how a movement begins. Awareness can start with one person, even an 8 year old. We are so proud of Vivian and grateful for her effort and dedication.

A Breathtaking View 100 Ft Below Ground

After living in New York City for almost 7 years, I feel like I am very familiar with most neighborhoods and certainly the many iconic buildings throughout Manhattan…or so I thought. I recently visited the city with my girlfriend, Elizabeth, and her 14-year-old son, Cullen. Elizabeth and I have been there before, but this was Read More

I Am Not Free to Move About the Cabin

We have all been there before. White knuckles wrapped around the steering wheel, constant glances at the clock, turning down the radio while you go over your mental packing list. That frantic ride to the airport, the one that began fifteen minutes later than originally planned. We love that moment of relief that happens the Read More

Just a Lil’ Potty Talk

Anyone who is familiar with ALS knows that it is tenacious and a master thief. It robs its victims of the physical use of their bodies, but maybe even more damaging is how it rapidly steals away elements of life like privacy and dignity. Once the initial shock of hearing that you have 2 to Read More

The Most Deserving Sportsman of the Year

This summer, baseball celebrated the 75th anniversary of Lou Gehrig’s Luckiest Man in the World speech. Seventy-five years since the man who never missed a game was mysteriously afflicted by Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, a disease that few had heard of and even fewer understood. Seventy-five years in which very little progress has been made in Read More