The impact of motor neurone disease on daily activity

Julie I Swann
  • British Journal of Healthcare Assistants, June 2011, Mark Allen Group
  • DOI: 10.12968/bjha.2011.5.6.282

How motor neurone disease affect daily living activities

What is it about?

This third, and final, article in the series discusses the effect of MND on daily live and how support workers can help patients to cope with the practical problems that they encounter.

Why is it important?

Motor Neurone Disease (MND) is a term used for a group of related disorders that cause selective and progressive functional loss of the upper and lower motor neurones that control movement.


Mrs Julie I Swann

Motor neurone disease can be a rapidly progressive condition

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