Motor Neurone Disease (MND) is an incurable and progressive disease. People living with MND can experience severe physical and psychological challenges, negatively impacting on quality of life for the individual and their family. This program is designed to fully equip health professionals to care for someone living with MND.
- Motor Neurone Disease (MND) the disease, symptoms, disease progression and management
- Providing care options that maximise dignity and the quality of life for individuals
- Equipment requirements and functionality
- Support networks available
- Update on the latest research in management of the disease
The workshop and associated materials have been developed by Curtin University researchers as part of a project funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council, in consultation with a team of Australian experts in the areas of Palliative Care and MND care.
Dr Merrilee Needham, Specialist MND Neurologist
John Robinson, Clinical Care Consultant Palliative Care
Lisa Shields, Education & Support Coordinator, MNDAWA
Along with invited guest speakers
Information and Online Registraton: For more information and to register please see A Palliative Approach to Caring for People with Motor Neurone Disease flyer (133kb). Complete registration online at https://mnd-10-september.eventbrite.com.au
Enquiries: please email email@example.com or phone 9382 9300.