Founder Ron Hoffman, with Jill Hoy and Richard Kane,
is interviewed on the epic documentary film,
Imber's Left Hand
Imber's Left Hand -- Trailer from Richard Kane on Vimeo. To order the video click here or call (207) 359-2320
Garber goes to New Orleans
Ron on Maine radio
CCALS is a nonprofit organization that offers 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.
CCALS fosters intimate dialogues with those living with ALS, their families and caregivers and leads both educational workshops and gatherings for all individuals impacted by ALS. Our approach draws from our hands-on experience, as we continually strive to understand the overwhelming dynamics that ALS families endure.
We welcome all of your questions and requests.
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This inspirational book by CCALS founder Ron Hoffman sheds light on living with grace in the face of mortality. This book documents the lessons and knowledge gained by telling Ron’s story through his personal experiences and the stories of those diagnosed with ALS. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this book will benefit CCALS programming.
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Research strongly suggests that the
immune system is diminished by the absence of a social support
system. The personalized care and unique services of Compassionate
Care ALS demonstrate that people can be healed without necessarily
being cured. - Jack Childs, Ed.D., Professor/Founder Holistic
Counseling Centers, Salve Regina University