November 29, 2018
In part two of our two part series on the 2018 Clinical Conference, Chapter Social Workers Anne Cooney and Melissa Coll talk about what they learned at the conference and what they presented as well. Melissa and Anne talk about caregiving and how caregivers can take care of themselves as well.
Listen, subscribe, share, and then learn more about ALS services and how you can get involved at www.alsphiladelphia.org
November 21, 2018
The ALS Association Greater Philadelphia Chapter's Care Services team recently participated in the 2018 Clinical Conference in Dallas, Texas. Many members of the Chapter team presented ideas and studies they worked on and everyone learned from experts from across the country. In Part 1 of our two part podcast series, Care Services Director Steve Spaulding; Gail Houseman, RN; and Alisa Brownlee, ATP discuss what they presented and learned.
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November 15, 2018
Scott Smith has produced dazzling visual effects on major Hollywood films for nearly two decades and currently works for Brick Simple to create groundbreaking virtual reality and augmented reality projects. On Wednesday, November 28, Scott will bring his experience and ideas to The ALS Association Greater Philadelphia Chapter's Annual Dinner to talk about how Virtual Reality can be used to create a powerful empathy experience for ALS. This technology can be used for ALS awareness, education, caregiving and more.
Listen, subscribe, share, and then make sure to join us for the Annual Dinner by signing up at www.alsphiladelphia.org/annualdinner
October 9, 2018
In the latest Five Minute Tip on the Talk to Defeat ALS Podcast, Alisa Brownlee talks about how people with ALS can use a scooter for mobility and answers some questions about their usefulness. Listen, share, subscribe and then get involved in the fight against ALS at www.alsphiladelphia.org
October 2, 2018
The Talk to Defeat ALS continues with another 5 Minute Tip with Alisa Brownlee. In this episode, Alisa talks about the value of Tech and Support groups and how they can make life better for a person with ALS and their family and caregivers. She explains how to find one near you and how you should be prepared to listen and learn from others.
Listen, subscribe, and do more in the fight against ALS online now at www.alsphiladelphia.org
September 25, 2018
In this 5 Minute Tip, Alisa Brownlee discusses how a person with ALS could use a Trilogy device and answers some quick questions that people may have. Listen, share, subscribe and then learn more at www.alsphiladelphia.org and follow Alisa on Twitter @ALSAssistiveTec and follow the Chapter @alsphiladelphia
September 11, 2018
In this latest 5 Minute Tip on the Talk to Defeat ALS Podcast, Alisa Brownlee gives advice for how a person with ALS can call for help from a loved one outside of their home. Tune in and subscribe to our podcast on iTunes for more 5 Minute Tips and support the fight against ALS at www.alsphiladelphia.org
September 4, 2018
Alisa Brownlee is back with another 5 Minute Tip on our Talk to Defeat ALS Podcast, this time to discuss how a person with ALS can use a cell phone even if they have difficulties using their hands and fingers. Listen, share, subscribe on iTunes, and then visit www.alsphiladelphia.org to learn more about resources for people with ALS and how you can donate and volunteer today.
August 23, 2018
Social Meida is a valuable tool for everybody in the 21st Century, but it can be even more vital for people with ALS who have challenges with communication and connecting with others. In this Talk to Defeat ALS podcast, Alisa Brownlee and Tony Heyl discuss the benefits and pitfalls of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and even Pinterest. This is also a reminder to follow The ALS Association Greater Philadelphia Chapter on social media @alsphiladelphia
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August 21, 2018
In this latest 5 Minute Tip edition of the Talk to Defeat ALS Podcast, Alisa Brownlee discusses the importance of using the words Yes, No, and Maybe when communicating with a person with ALS. Many people with ALS struggle with speech and developing a Yes, No, Maybe approach to communicating can be vital to their quality of life.
Listen, share, and then get involved by donating or volunteering in the fight against ALS at www.alsphiladelphia.org