If you or someone in your family has recently been diagnosed with motor neurone disease (MND) it is likely that you’re experiencing many confusing and confronting emotions.
Good quality information and support from people who understand MND and its impact are vital at this time. Below are some suggestions about where to start. You can also contact us
, or call our national freecall number 1800 777 175
to talk to your local state MND association.
What to read
Our practical, up-to-date information resources explain MND and empower people impacted by the disease to make decisions to help them live better for longer.
You can download:
The Some Facts
brochure may be useful to give to your friends and family when you tell them about your diagnosis.
See the full list of information resources.
Who to talk with
The MND community is extensive, committed and immensely supportive. We recommend that you contact the MND association in your state
in the first instance for support and information based on your needs.
Some state associations host information sessions for people recently diagnosed with MND, and their family and friends. State MND associations can also help to put you in touch with MND clinics
, and local health professionals and community care providers who will assist you to live as independently as possible.