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Information is provided on the disease process, managing the disease, support services, treatment, research, grief and loss and other requested topics.
MND Victoria has a range of assistive technology available to help keep people living with motor neurone disease safe and mobile.
MND Victoria offers a range of support group programs to support people with MND and their carers, family members and friends.
MND Advisors meet with newly diagnosed people and their families to provide information about the disease, offer advice and support and make an initial assessment of their specific service and support needs.
MND Information Nights are offered regularly for people with MND, families, carers and friends. MND Victoria also provides training and information for service providers and health professionals.
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Introducing our first Kokoda Challenge participant!
The term 'legend' gets thrown around a lot, however Rebecca Mason more than deserves that title
On Friday 1st December 2017, despite extreme weather warnings, about 400~450 people gathered at Eternity Church in Morwell to celebrate the life of Andrea Camier.
My diagnosis was in March 2017. I must have presented with classic MND symptoms, as on my first visit to the neurologist and within 30 minutes, I was given the sad news. I didn't know much about MND but I have learned a lot since then.
Dearest Mark, I'm sitting here on my veranda after a distracting day at work, reminiscing about you, as I often do.
When someone is given a diagnosis of motor neurone disease it impacts on all those around them, particularly their family and friends. Supporting someone with MND is best done as part of a team effort. In Victoria a wide range of health and support services are available to help people diagnosed with MND live life.
You CAN help support people living with MND by making a donation, organising a fundraising event, becoming a volunteer, joining our Walk to D’feet MND or taking part in a Challenge Event. There are endless ways to help raise awareness and funds to provide care and support people living with MND and fund research. 72% of our income comes from fundraising and donations so we need and appreciate your ongoing support.
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