If someone close to you has been diagnosed with MND, you may want more information about what to expect. Our information may help answer your questions.
So what is MND, anyway?
If you’d like a printed copy of the guide contact Young Connect, as shown at the bottom of this page. You can also download the guide by clicking on the image or using the following options:
This works like an app from an app store. It can be read on a wide range of mobile devices, smart phones and tablets. It is free to use and best to download when you are on Wi-Fi. It will use about 5MB of space. You can save it to your mobile to use whenever you want (If downloads are not covered in your mobile contract, you may be charged).
You can download the notes pages from So what is MND, anyway? to help you write down any questions and thoughts about MND. Save them to your computer or tablet by clicking the button below.
This will help you read the entire guide online. This works best on a computer or laptop.
Let us know what you think about the guide. You can tell us using our feedback form.
When someone close has MND: a workbook for children aged 4 to 10
If you have younger sisters and brothers, this workbook may help them find out about MND and work out ways to cope with their feelings. They will need an adult to help them use it.
It is not available online. An adult can order it from firstname.lastname@example.org
Our reading lists may be useful if you’re close to someone with MND. Let us know if you find something other children and young people would find helpful. Choose a list and click to open.
If you’d like to order any information, share ideas or ask a question, contact our Young Connect helpline.