The ALS Association’s top priority during this uncertain time is the health and safety of people with ALS and their caregivers, volunteers and our staff – as well as the greater community good. We want to do everything we can to ensure you receive the medical assistance and guidance you need, while continuing to drive action to increase funding for research, accelerate the search for treatments and improving access to care.
As part of these efforts,
we are pleased to announce that nation’s largest gathering of ALS advocates is going virtual!
Held from May 26 through June 3, the 2020 National ALS Virtual Advocacy Conference will bring together ALS advocates from across the country to learn about the latest in ALS research, care services and advocacy and engage with Congress on policy priorities that will improve the lives of people with ALS.
For a complete overview of the 2020 National ALS Virtual Advocacy Conference, please visit
While Congressional offices are currently closed to visitors, legislators are still hard at work. This represents an incredibly valuable opportunity to continue our ongoing virtual advocacy to advance our policy priorities on Capitol Hill.
There is no fee to participate but registration is required.