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Team Gleason has provided almost $10 million in adventure, technology, equipment and care services to over 15,000 people living with ALS and countless others through advocacy, support and ultimately bringing an end to the disease.

COVID-19 UPDATE

At Team Gleason, we understand and appreciate the severity of the new coronavirus epidemic (also known as COVID-19) that’s spreading globally. As we are dedicated to serving the needs of people living with ALS, we are closely monitoring the latest developments related to the outbreak caused by the novel coronavirus and the resulting disease, COVID-19. This is a rapidly evolving situation and we are following updates by leading health organizations.

As many know, Team Gleason’s offices are within the Team Gleason House at St. Margaret’s. Out of an abundance of caution, St. Margaret’s administration asked all non-essential living facility personnel to work elsewhere. As of yesterday, our staff has been working as effectively as possible from remote locations, but have now secured another location. We will be exercising caution, but here to assist remotely with technology and equipment.

Additionally, we have been advised by health officials to postpone any Team Gleason adventures until we are notified of safe travel environments. While we are devastated by this development, please know we are complying with the greatest concern for those living with ALS and their families and caregivers.

Do not hesitate to reach out to us with your questions or concerns. Our response may be slightly slower with our new working environment, but we continue to be inspired by the ALS community’s resilience and we are eager to help all we can through our programs and staff.

Team Gleason is on a Mission

Help provide individuals with neuromuscular diseases or injuries with leading edge technology, equipment and services.

Create a global conversation about ALS to ultimately find solutions and an end to the disease.

Raise public awareness toward ALS by providing and documenting extraordinary life adventures for individuals with muscular diseases or injuries.

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What’s Steve Gleason saying?

Life IS fair. It's impartial to me, and everyone. If I can become an expert on the "rules" of life, and the skills to navigate life, anything is possible. Each moment spent dwelling on the "unfairness" is a moment lost. -SG

What’s Steve Gleason saying?

Gratitude is sacred. In the midst of immense suffering, I started a daily gratitude journal. Gratitude has been a path to resilience, strength, and joy.  -SG

What’s Steve Gleason saying?

Here's an exercise I think more parents should practice... "If I die in the next day or the next year, have I done everything I can to ensure that my kids have, or will have, the tools to rebound and live a more positive, meaningful, triumphant life." -SG

What’s Steve Gleason saying?

Life is difficult. Not just for me or other ALS patients. Life is difficult for everyone. Finding ways to make life meaningful and purposeful and rewarding, doing the activities that you love and spending time with the people that you love - I think that's the meaning of this human experience. -SG

What’s Steve Gleason saying?

If we have a purpose in life beyond being a cog in the human machine, mine is to help inspire people and that's pretty cool. I would like to motivate the world. -SG

What’s Steve Gleason saying?

I look at the human life like an experiment. Every new moment, every new experience, tragic or otherwise, is an opportunity to gain a more accurate perspective and helps lead me to clarity. -SG

What’s Steve Gleason saying?

In my effort to explore the final frontier, I need you to tap the “thumbs up” below this video. It’s a wonderful twist of irony - if I had to literally thumbs up to get to space, I’d be out of luck. Technology is fantastic. 5000 thumbs up! -SG

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