Adaptive Mobility Equipment – In 2005, when Jon came home to Seekonk after his diagnosis of ALS, his friends and neighbors, the Kochanek family were there to help. Dennis, Sue, and Brian have a great local business helping families with physical challenges remain as independent as possible. They were right there loaning a power chair and helping Jon with his choice of handicap van. Please visit their great website and tell them the Blazeman sent you!
Compassionate Care ALS provides services to all people impacted by ALS. We offer individualized support to those currently living with ALS, their families, and caregivers. In addition to helping our clients navigate the complicated logistical and emotional considerations that follow an ALS diagnosis, CCALS provides heart-centered listening and the voice of compassion as families grapple with difficult choices. CCALS stands alone in our approach to delivering support and services to our clients, which we tailor to the individual needs of each patient and their support network. CCALS is committed to our unique model of equipping patients to face end-of-life issues with dignity and peace.