ALS Augmentative Communication Program Renamed for Advocate

ALS Augmentative Communication Program Renamed for Advocate

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ALS Augmentative Communication Program Renamed for Advocate

Boston Children’s Hospital (BCH) is renaming its amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) Augmentative Communication Program to the Jay S. Fishman ALS-Augmentative Communication Program at Boston Children’s, the hospital announced. Fishman was CEO of the American insurance firm Travelers Companies. A vocal advocate for those living with ALS and their families, he passed away in 2016 from complications related to the neurodegenerative disease. Jay Fishman and his wife Randy contributed $1.5 million to the program’s initial funding in 2015, shortly…

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