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Celebrating one year with Fulton Hogan
A big thank you to our Foundation Corporate Sponsor Fulton Hogan as we celebrate the one-year anniversary of our partnership and The Fulton Hogan MND New Zealand Support Fund. It...
Organise a Walk 2 D’Feet MND in your community this summer!
Walk 2 D’Feet MND is MND New Zealand's national fundraising event series, organised and led by volunteer supporters. MND New Zealand provides guidance, resources, and support to organise a Walk...
Motor Neurone Disease Awareness Month – in review
Each week in New Zealand at least two people are diagnosed with MND. This devastating disease impacts hundreds of families throughout New Zealand, yet it’s something many kiwis have little...
MND Awareness Month: Our relationship with Fulton Hogan
It takes a team to live with the impacts of MND. Every member of the community plays a valuable part; friends and whānau, health professionals and researchers, volunteers and supporters....
Motor Neurone Disease Clinical Working Group aims to improve lives through standardised care
Last September, we held the first-ever MND Hui at Parliament. The hui offered the chance for people working in various disciplines across healthcare throughout the country to come together and...
The Seymour family story – ‘not just me’
David Seymour is living with MND and reflects on the vital role of his family and impacts on them. My family and I have been grappling with the devastation caused...
MND Awareness Month- Going for a walk
Sometimes it’s the simple pleasure in life that are the most enjoyable. For people living with MND, everyday things like going for a walk can be a challenge. To help...
COVID-19 Alert Level Two – what you need to know
Tomorrow New Zealand moves to Alert Level Two. It has been a long and challenging journey, so the easing of restrictions will be a relief to many, but the golden...
Ministry of Social Development makes temporary changes as part of COVID-19 response
The Ministry of Social Development (MSD) has made some temporary changes to document requirements as part of the COVID-19 response. The changes are helping to make things easier for people...
COVID-19 Alert Level 3 – what you need to know
On Tuesday 28th April, New Zealand will wake up to Alert Level 3. If you’re wondering what this means as someone with an increased risk, we’ll step you through the...
Tips to help you get through the COVID-19 lockdown
There's no doubt that things are pretty challenging for most people at the moment. With any luck, we're nearly halfway through the lockdown to combat the spread of COVID-19. Adapting...
We need your help – MND doesn’t stop and neither will we
As New Zealand enters this unpredictable and unsettling period of national lock-down due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our minds and hearts are with the individuals and families currently living with...
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