Our Mission is to educate Caregivers (CALS), both professional and nonprofessional, in the care of Patients with ALS (PALS) in memory of Keri Brown Still. Until there’s a cure, we must learn more about reaching out to improve caregiving for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (Lou Gehrig’s Disease).
Save the date for the 2015 NC Conference on ALS!
Brought to you by Keri’s Crusade for ALS, the ALSA – Jim “Catfish” Hunter Chapter and WakeAHEC
Monday, November 2, 2015, 9am-5pm
Registration opens Monday, August 3, 2015 at www.wakeahec.org
We look forward to seeing you there as we all work together for better care for Patients with ALS.
Keri’s Crusade is dedicated to honoring the memory of a lovely young woman, a daughter, wife, mother, and beloved sister to the world in which she excelled.
Keri loved her husband & family, music, animals, BOOKS, beaches, and mountains. She was a philanthropist, entrepreneur, artist, and health and sports enthusiast. Keri earned a BS and 2 MBAs. She was a friend to the outcast. She was unpretentious and made her own way and loved to have fun. She loved unconditionally. She loved her daughter more than the life she had left.
Keri left us on January 13, 2008, at age 29.
Keri fought against something that invaded her body and became Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. Keri had ALS.
Keri’s Crusade for ALS funds and organizes the North Carolina Annual Conference on ALS, which provides continued education for all levels and practices of medical professions, as well as important hands on information for Persons with ALS (PALS) and Caregivers of PALS (CALS).
CEU Credits on a variety of levels are available for medical professionals attending the conference. All PALS & CALS attend the conference on ALS free of charge. If you or someone you know is interested in attending, please contact us CLICK HERE.