3DN is looking for people living with motor neurone disease, and family and carers

| 21 Nov 2019

3DN is looking for people living with motor neurone disease (MND), and family and carers, to give feedback and advice on our latest project looking at how people living with MND use health services.

This study links information from NSW datasets to understand the mental health needs of people with MND, and how mental health can affect physical health. We hope to better understand how people with MND use mental health services, and how this may differ from the general population and people with other progressive neurological disorders. In future, this will help mental health services to better meet the needs of people with MND.

We are seeking ‘Project Advisors’ to provide feedback on the results we have found so far and advise on the development of resources to publicise the results. This involves up to 3 flexible one-on-one sessions which can be carried out in person, over the telephone/teleconferencing or via Email. You will be reimbursed for your time and any travel expenses.

For more information, please see our flyer attached below.

For more information or to take part, please contact Claire Eagleson on (02) 9065 8076 or c.eagleson@unsw.edu.au.