Jeremy Schreiber


After a long battle with ALS, Jeremy died on October 29, 2021. His parents are proud to carry on his legacy.

Never Say Invisible

In this moving, eye-opening memoir, Jeremy shares his journey from being a picture of perfect health to being fully dependent on his family after he contracted ALS.

Along the way, he experiences the devastation of the disease, abandonment by his wife, and betrayal by a society that shuns people with disabilities. But it’s not all doom and gloom. He finds love, support, and a powerful purpose to share with the world.

More than a memoir, this book also includes advice, hacks, and resources that helped Jeremy live his best life possible.

Foreword by Augusten Burroughs.

(Formerly titled The Invisible Nation)

“Jeremy Schreiber approaches his devastating diagnosis with courage and humor—and in doing so delivers a wake-up call that urges us to rethink the way we see, or fail to see, those with disabilities.”—David Litt, New York Times bestselling author of Thanks, Obama, and contributing writer to the Guardian 

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