"Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, abbreviated as ALS or otherwise known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, is unpredictable in many ways. It can make one’s physical abilities dramatically different from one day to the next.
That’s why the ALS Society of Alberta keeps a warehouse literally filled with different types of accessibility equipment to lend out to those who need it. Actually, it has two: one in Edmonton and one in Calgary. The ALS Society was named as a recipient when St. Albert Community Foundation gave out its annual grants last month."
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