Our Care Services

Since its founding in 1988, ALS United of Georgia has worked with individuals with ALS and their families to ensure the highest quality of life possible. The progression of ALS varies significantly from one patient to another. No matter a patient’s situation, ALS United of Georgia is available to provide vital services and reliable information.  

ALS United of Georgia offers the following services:

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On-Staff Care Services Coordinators

Offering individual support to assess needs, suggest equipment, connect with local resources and help families plan.

Call Us to Get Started: 404-636-9909

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Support Groups

In-person and virtual support groups for people living with ALS, family members, friends and caregivers.

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The Kostiuk ALS Care Grant Program

Grants fund a myriad of reimbursable, ALS-related expenses such as respite care, counseling, co-pays for healthcare costs, home modifications, and more. 

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The Paul B. Williams ALS Transportation Program

Provides access to non-emergency transportation, accessible van rentals, van adaptations and more.

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The Sally Panfel ALS In-Home Care & Respite Program

A program designed to assist in providing in-home ADL care and respite, while families work to secure more permanent support with day-to-day care.

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The Ricky P. Sweat ALS Equipment Loan & Assistive Technology Program

Provides access to mobility and communication equipment that may not be accessible through Medicare, Medicaid or private insurance.

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ALS Multi-Disciplinary Centers and Clinics

Partnerships with the Emory ALS Center, the Augusta University ALS Clinic, and Atrium Health Navicent Macon ALS Clinic.

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Support and Resources for Caregivers

Caregiving is willingly undertaken out of love and devotion to the person with ALS and can be a source of great personal satisfaction.

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Education and Webinars

Helpful videos and webinars to help you learn more about living with ALS.

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Bereavement Support

For family members and friends who have lost a loved one to ALS.

Care Services Team

Mary G. Lamond
Care Services Director

Anita Flowers, MRC
Senior Care Services
Program Manager

Chayla Weaver, BSW
Care Services Coordinator

Robin Racoff, MRC
Care Services Coordinator

Stephanie Madill, MA, CCC-SLP
Care Services Coordinator

We can only offer free services with the help of donors and fundraisers like you!