MND Australia produces a wide range of resources to assist people living with MND and the health and medical professionals who look after them. Most of these are available for download by clicking on the links below. Contact your State MND Association if you would like a paper copy of the brochures.
This booklet provides an introductory overview of MND and is a valuable resource for people recently diagnosed. It is also useful to give to family and friends who may not be familiar with the disease.
Some Facts is also available for download in al-'Arabiyyah, Chinese, Croatian, Greek, Hindi, Italian, Polish, Serbian, Spanish, Thai, Turkish and Vietnamese. Find out about non-English resources
More Facts expands on 'Some Facts' to provide more information about MND, its symptoms and various aspects of care. A must-read guide for all people diagnosed with MND.
A clinical guide for health and medical professionals, this detailed booklet has been published for GPs and the primary health-care team who are supporting people living with MND and their families. The original booklet Motor neurone disease: A problem solving approach - A guide for general practitioners has been revised and updated to complement the MNDcare website and to provide an evidence based approach to care for general practitioners and the extended primary health care team.
This booklet for residential aged care staff will assist them to meet the needs of residents living with MND and is available from each State MND Association.
An extensive information pack to assist parents in talking about MND with their children. The series includes booklets for:
Find answers to specific care issues in our series of fact sheets exploring interventions that research has shown to help people live better for longer with MND. The following fact sheets are now available for download:
An insightful documentary film about Tony and Dot Hynes and their journey with MND produced by Rick Searle in association with Karuna Hospice Services and MND Australia. The DVD is available from Karuna Hospice
In addition to the national publications each state MND Association has resources based on the services available in that state and the needs of their members.
Please use the national freecall number 1800 777 175 to contact your state MND Association and discuss your information needs. People living in the ACT and NT will be directed to MND NSW and people in Tasmania will be directed to MND Victoria.