Welcome to the ALS Association Evergreen Chapter’s AT Hub! We are filling the gaps in Assistive Technology and AAC support for those living with ALS in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, and Washington State.

This website’s purpose is to share practical information on how to utilize assistive technologies in the day-to-day life of someone living with ALS.

This site creation stems from clients requests to obtain better real-world information on specific topics important to them.  We hope to assist’s those living with ALS by decreasing the impact of ALS through the use of technology.   Thanks for visiting!

Jackie Gaddis, Assistive Technology Coordinator


This resource guide addresses how speech can be affected by ALS and explores techniques, technologies, and devices available for improving communication.

Visit or return to the main ALS Association Evergreen Chapter website.


  • Resource sharing between clients, healthcare providers, and the community
  • Free loan locker
  • One-on-one free training to family or those living with ALS:
    • Kent Main office (call ahead for appointment)
    • In-Home visits
    • Remote Desktop Support


Contact Us

For questions about assistive technology or this website:
Jackie Gaddis
Assistive Technology Coordinator
(253) 350-2043 or jackie@alsa-ec.org

Contact information for our main office and other staff members is available here.


The ALS Association Evergreen Chapter strives to provide useful and accurate information to help people with ALS in a variety of ways. The materials and websites referenced and/or linked from The ALS Association Evergreen Chapter’s website are provided for information purposes only. The linked sites are not under The Evergreen Chapter’s control, and we do not assume any responsibility or liability for any communication or materials available at such linked sites.

In today’s fast paced environment, information changes frequently and is subject to various interpretations. The Evergreen Chapter makes no claim that all the information on this site is up-to-date. In fact, when you find an error, we would welcome that feedback. please email info@alsa-ec.org with your observations. Beyond that, it is your responsibility to make sure that anything you read here, or any application you download applies to your situation and is safe and virus free. The Evergreen Chapter strongly recommends consulting with your health care professionals to ensure your safety and appropriate use of any apps or information you might find on this site. Any reference to a commercial or noncommercial product, process, service or company is not an endorsement or recommendation by the Evergreen Chapter, nor a guarantee of the reliability of the information or product.