10.14.19 Ready to Walk?

  Team SunnyStrong is legit killing it. Saturday is going to be awesome, we're going to cause a ruckus and take a stand against ALS. If you ordered a shirt they will be at the walk - otherwise I'll mail out orders next week. Here are the details that you need to know for Saturday: … Continue reading 10.14.19 Ready to Walk?

10.11.19 #alssymp

29th Annual International Symposium on ALS/MND Patient Fellow Program Background: "The key to defeating MND lies in fostering strong collaboration between leading researchers around the world, and sharing new understanding of the disease as rapidly as possible. This was the MND Association’s rationale behind the creation of the International Symposium on ALS/MND." - MND Association … Continue reading 10.11.19 #alssymp

10.10.19 Our Next Adventure Is To…

Y'all this is insanity. I am humbled to be accepted to represent the ALS community on a global stage, and Perth, Australia is just going to be mindblowingly beautiful. Click HERE to hear from our fearless leader, Cathy, about the Patient Fellows Program and the importance of having patient voices represented at this symposium. Scotland … Continue reading 10.10.19 Our Next Adventure Is To…

9.13.19 Sunny Loves Tom

This one is tough. My heart is broken. I am thankful for ALS bringing my Fruges into our life, but I'll be damned if I feel anything short of outrage that it took Tom from us, specifically away from Nancy, Emily, Aimee, and Grayson. Especially Grayson. From day 1 of his diagnosis, everything Tom faced … Continue reading 9.13.19 Sunny Loves Tom

5.13.19 Talk ALS To Me

I have the best quarterly clinic schedule: February - Valentine's Day, May  - ALS Awareness Month, August - Ice Bucket Challenge Month, November - Thanksgiving. Y'all know I'm always trying to celebrate all the every of the things, and clinic on Friday was no exception. Usually I go the 2nd clinic of the month but … Continue reading 5.13.19 Talk ALS To Me

4.24.19 Collaborations for ALS Awareness Month

2019 officially marks the 27th year that the United States recognizes the month of May as ALS Awareness Month. The purpose of an awareness campaign generally includes increase concern by informing the targeted audience, creating a positive image, and attempts to change the past behavior. The first year, 2015, I hadn't publicly announced my diagnosis … Continue reading 4.24.19 Collaborations for ALS Awareness Month