Thanks for Stopping By—Our 200th Post on ALS Connect

We admit, it snuck up on us. We have been posting here at ALS Connect since 2016, and it didn’t really occur to us to check in on how many posts that was. But as it turns out, this is the 200th post since we started back then. So it seemed appropriate to take a quick look back before we start into the next 200.

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Perspectives: Where Were You?

Today’s blog post marks the return of our good friend Gregg Ratliff, who penned the reoccurring series “Perspectives: It’s All in How You Look at it” for us a few years ago. In 2009, Gregg’s wife Nancy was diagnosed with ALS, and he became her full-time caregiver for the next seven years. The Ratliff family turned their grief into action when they started the Kimmswick 5k in 2010, shortly after Nancy’s diagnosis with ALS. 

As we approach the 10th Anniversary Kimmswick 5K in a year that has been like no other for us all, Gregg offers his perspective on how momentous events impact all of us, and how the Kimmswick 5K continues to make a difference in the lives of people with ALS. Thank you Gregg for sharing your thoughts and memories with us!

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