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Have you recently been diagnosed with motor neurone disease? We have a range of care and support services available at no cost to you.
MND Victoria has a library of disability aids and equipment available to help keep people living with motor neurone disease (MND) safe and mobile. Items are provided on the request of an allied health professional.
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. Ongoing support and advice is provided to meet the individual’s changing circumstances.
Information is provided on the disease process, managing the disease, support services, treatment, research, grief and loss and other requested topics.
MND Victoria offers a range of support group programs to support people with MND and their carers, family members and friends.
Our volunteers come from a wide range of backgrounds. Some of our volunteers are people who have been impacted by MND themselves. MND Victoria volunteers are selected and prepared for their roles.
People diagnosed with MND when they are aged under 65 years of age may be eligible for assistance and benefits from the government.
Aged care services and support are accessed through My Aged Care. This is the entry point for all people 65 years of age and older who require support and services to assist them to live the best life possible.
Providing care to a person living with MND can be physically, emotionally and psychologically difficult. Whilst many carers highlight the privilege and reward of being able to care for a loved one, it is important that carers also receive the information, support and assistance they need to manage the caring role.
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