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Travel the World Without Leaving Your House

by | Apr 3, 2020

Social distancing has quickly become the new normal for so many people over the past few weeks. To a person with ALS, this is not that uncommon. Often times, people with ALS feel socially distanced, whether they are avoiding everyday illnesses or they have limited mobility and difficulty leaving home.

We have put together a list of virtual experiences that you can check out from your couch. From iconic Texas destinations to museums and concerts across the world! Take this extra time you have with your loved ones to create a new memory – even if it is virtually.

Texas Attractions
The Alamo
Houston Zoo Webcams
Dallas Museum of Art

Art & History
The American Museum of Natural History
Street Art Exhibition
The Louvre
Great Wall of China

National Parks
32 National Parks
The Hidden Worlds of the National Parks

Music & Theatre
Watch a Live Concert
Watch a National Theatre Play

Ocean & Wildlife
National Marine Sanctuaries
Great Barrier Reef

How ALS Patients Can Help

Once you’ve been diagnosed with ALS, it’s easy to feel like you just don’t have many options, but there are ways you can make a difference.

How You Can Help People With ALS

We all have a part to play in the fight against ALS! Your generous support funds critical research for better treatments and a cure for this disease. Here are a few ways you can help: