Children and young people who are close to someone with motor neurone disease (MND) are being given the chance to create, capture and store memories of their loved one thanks to a pilot project
Today the Government has announced changes to guidance in England for people shielding from COVID-19. These changes will be introduced in two stages – from 6 July and 1 August. You can read
The Foundation set up by former Scotland rugby player Doddie Weir has donated £70,000 to support the efforts of the Motor Neurone Disease Association during the current coronavirus pandemic. The
More than 1,000 people affected by motor neurone disease (MND) have been directly helped by grants funded by the Foundation set up by rugby legend Doddie Weir, who himself has the terminal illness.
We’re delighted our Royal Patron, HRH The Princess Royal attended the Café Neuro drop-in at St Mary’s Living Well Centre in Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria yesterday (23 January). The Princess
New Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology that will allow people with motor neurone disease (MND) to have a conversation in their own voice, even after losing the ability to speak, has been created