Support Services

The Stuart Rosen ALS Transportation Fund

Created by the family and friends of Stuart Rosen, this fund allows people living with ALS and their families  with demonstrated needs to obtain comfortable and reliable transportation to and from their appointments at the Lois Insolia ALS Clinic at The Les Turner ALS Center at Northwestern Medicine. Stuart passed away in 2007 at the age of 69.

For more information, to apply or for eligibility requirements on any of these programs, contact Judy Richman, Director of Support Services and Education or call 847 679 3311.

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Home & Community Services

Support Services Team

The Foundation’s Support Services Team — which include telephone and in-person support, educational resources and ALS Support Services Coordinators —  are available at no cost to people living with ALS and their families in the Chicagoland area and portions of northwest Indiana.

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Lois Insolia ALS Clinic

Lois Insolia ALS Clinic

At the multidisciplinary ALS clinic, trained specialists use a team approach to provide comprehensive treatment. They are dedicated to the total care and support of people with ALS, their families and caregivers. During a visit, patients meet with several members of the team, and each provides input regarding assessment, care planning, education and other health care needs.

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National ALS Registry

National ALS Registry

The Les Turner ALS Foundation is a partner with the National ALS Registry, a program to collect, manage and analyze data about people with ALS and to provide clinical trial information to people living with ALS. It is important to include as many people with the disease as possible to get the most accurate information. Be part of changing the future of ALS.

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Hope and help for people with ALS.

Your contribution helps support the vast majority of the Chicagoland ALS population.