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On the International Day of Families we celebrate the love, commitment and bravery of families impacted by MND.
Posted 15/05/2017 at 12:45PM by MND Australia

"I had a wonderful life before motor neurone disease and I have a wonderful life now," says Kirsten Harley.
Posted 8/11/2016 at 12:45PM by MND Australia

Sally Light (CEO, MND Association) and Carol Birks (CEO, MND Australia) discuss MND care, research and working together to improve the lives of people with MND. 
Posted 13/10/2016 at 8:45PM by Sue Needham

Just being there for someone who knows the end of life is imminent is a special role. My experience as carer for my husband crept up for many years before the diagnosis of MND was confirmed. 
Posted 8/08/2016 at 2:38:00PM by Pamela Bartlett

"I really never appreciated when I first started this position just over 1.5 years ago how important the psychological aspect of care is in relation to MND."  
Posted 27/05/2016 at 12:25:00PM by Julie Craig-Smith

Julie Craig-Smith, Education and Support Coordinator at the MND Association of Western Australia talks about their popular carer education and support program You, Me & MND.
Posted 6/05/2016 at 9:00:00AM by Sarah Solomon

Occupational Therapist, Sarah Solomon shares what she loves about working with people who are living with MND.

 
​Posted 4/05/2016 09:00:00AM by Anne Hogden

Dr Anne Hogden shares her perspective on improving healthcare services for people living with motor neurone disease.   
Posted 3/05/2016 09:00:00AM by Amy Critchley

A daughter describes how her world was turned upside down the day her Mum’s MND diagnosis was confirmed. 
 
Posted 2/05/2016 9:00:00AM by William Huynh

"Delivering the diagnosis of MND never gets easier," Dr William Huynh describes his role as Consultant Neurologist at the Forefront Clinic, Brain and Mind Centre, Sydney.
 

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