ALS Support and Help Forum

The ALS support and MND help forums are here for individuals like yourself - people impacted by ALS and MND, whether you're a caregiver, patient, friend, or family member.

Our community consists of individuals working together; exchanging information, providing moral support, caregiver support and general help with ALS - together we cope with ALS, make friends, and help one another support those with ALS.

We encourage you to join our support group to ask questions, get help with ALS, and to share experiences.

Remember, you're not alone, chat about your journey with ALS with people that understand and have experience with this deadly disease.

Together we provide hope, information, support, help, and friendship. ALS support staff, individuals, mothers, daughters, brothers, sisters, patients, caregivers and friends alike.

We've already made a big difference, help us do even better by joining and getting involved today.

Take a moment to  register

Join our community

ALSforum is a support group to help people deal with the daily living issues associated with ALS. The ALS forum will connect you with people that can provide answers, support and help with ALS. We invite you to join our community.

20 most recent forum discussions

Recent member blogs

The following bloggers are from our online community. If you'd like to post a blog feel free to participate. We'd love to hear from you.

Hospices Across the Globe

To add a hospice to our listings please use the following form: Add a Hospice

Displaying 4 Countries
  1. Australia (1 hospice(s) available)
  2. Canada (636 hospice(s) available)
  3. United Kingdom (255 hospice(s) available)
  4. United States (4, 063 hospice(s) available)

ALS Doctors Across the Globe

To add a doctor to our listings please use the following form: Add an ALS Doctor

  1. Canada (1 doctor(s) listed)
  2. United States (16, 339 doctor(s) listed)

Sponsorship and thanks

Our beloved Al Pettit with his wife LeeA very special thank you goes out to Al Pettit (ALS forum moderator supreme). Al passed away in 2012 from ALS. It's with great joy that we know Al is watching us from above. Without Al Pettit's hard work, kind nature, and thorough knowledge of ALS, this website would not be as important, or as helpful, as it is today.  

Most importantly, a very big thank you to all of our moderators, heroic members and daily visitors, all of whom create a thriving atmosphere of support.