ALS Society of America
Dr. Larriviere is working with ALSA (ALS society of America) to obtain recording equipment and software that will allow ALS patients to record and bank their voices before they are unable to speak. Their voices can then be used in whatever augmented communication device they decide to use when they are no longer able to speak.

Looking for students (especially those with an interest in neurology) to volunteer to help Ochsner patients with ALS to create a recording of their voice before they lose the ability to speak. Students are trained in the use of recording software (very simple) and assigned to a patient in teams of two. Time commitment is approximately 4-5 two-hour long recording sessions for a single patient. All recording sessions are on Saturdays from 8 am - 2 pm., scheduled at the convenience of you and your patient.
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