ASK ME - Educational Webinars
Our ASK ME educational webinar series, sponsored by Mitsubishi Tanabe Pharma America, is an opportunity for people living with ALS and their families to learn more about important topics for the ALS community.
We invite you to join us on Wednesday, September 30 from 5 PM - 6 PM PT for our next ASK ME educational webinar entitled, "When and How to Most Effectively Use Durable Medical Equipment" featuring Julie Muccini, OT from Stanford. Registration link coming soon!
Watch our latest webinar, "ASK ME Webinar: Cultivating Mindfulness & Self-Compassion" with Natalie Bell, PT, from UCLA's Mindful Awareness Research Center to learn more about practices and tools for greater well-being. We would like to thank Natalie for this great presentation.
Watch Naomi Weiss and Heather Thompson, speech-language pathologists, from the ALS Clinic at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in an educational webinar about swallowing and dysphagia issues. We are grateful to Naomi and Heather for this wonderful presentation.
Watch Steven Finkbeiner, MD, PhD, in an educational webinar about ALS Research during the COVID-19 pandemic. We are deeply appreciative to Dr. Finkbeiner for his efforts to support the ALS community and for this great presentation.
Watch Catherine Lomen-Hoerth MD, PhD, for a special 60-minute educational webinar. A special thanks to Dr. Lomen-Hoerth for her dedication to our mission and for this helpful presentation.
Watch Robert Baloh, MD, PhD, Director, Cedars-Sinai ALS Center and a member of the California ALS Research Network for a special 60-minute educational webinar. We are so grateful to Dr. Baloh for this wonderful presentation and his commitment to our Chapter and the ALS community.
Watch Jeffrey Rosenfeld, MD, PhD, FAAN, Director of the Center for Restorative Neurology at Loma Linda Neurology and a member of the California ALS Research Network for a special 60-minute educational webinar. We are so grateful to Dr. Rosenfeld for this wonderful presentation and his commitment to our Chapter and the ALS community.