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Welcome to MNDcare - the MND Australia website for health, disability, aged and community care professionals involved in motor neurone disease care and support.

No matter where you work, MNDcare will help you to

  • assess the needs of the person with MND and their carer
  • get evidence based and best practice MND information
  • make referrals to the right provider at the right time
  • provide a coordinated, multidisciplinary team approach to MND care

  

Are you a person living with motor neurone disease looking for information and support...

Visit www.mndaust.asn.au for information on MND and details of your state MND association.

 

MND Aware online training

For health or community care professionals wanting to learn about motor neurone disease. You can access the MND Aware free online training materials about MND here. read more 

Are you a health or community care professional wanting to find out more about motor neurone disease?

Motor neurone disease (MND) which is known as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) in many other parts of the world, and as Lou Gehrig's disease in the USA, is a progressive neurological disease. read more

What is the MNDcare approach?

Motor neurone disease is very different for every person diagnosed. MND may start in different areas of the body and progress in different patterns and at different rates. read more 

Strategies you can use to sensitively communicate the diagnosis of motor neurone disease

Prognostic and end-of-life communication is a vital skill for health care professionals caring for patients with progressive life-limiting illnesses, and their families. read more 

Is non-invasive positive pressure ventilation beneficial for people with MND?

An important intervention, which clinical experience suggests is beneficial for patients with ALS/MND, is non-invasive ventilation (Orrell 2010). read more  

How can communication difficulties be managed?

Language impairment can have a deleterious effect on the quality of life of the patients and carers. read more  

 

 

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MND Aware
MND Aware online training about motor neurone disease

The MND Aware e-learning training sessions are for front line staff, working with people living with motor neurone disease (which is also known as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis or Lou Gehrig's disease). read more

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