We're showcasing a selection of videos, covering a range of areas that we support. Some of these have been produced by us, and some we've been asked to share by our supporters. We’ll continue to add to this page regularly so please come back and see what’s new. You can also view these on our YouTube and social media channels.
Some of the videos may contain information about MND that some people may find upsetting. We’ve added a note by the side of any particular video where we think this may be the case.
The video "MND Explained" has been released as part of our #MyEyesSay awareness campaign and outlines what motor neurone disease is.
We've featured some of the videos from our most recent and previous campaigns. This year #MyEyesSay focused on communicating just using your eyes.
Robert's Story - 2016
Robert's Story featured in our Shortened Stories campaign which highlighted how people with MND have their lives, and stories, cut short.
#LastSummer - Ailsa's Story
Our 2015 campaign took a look back at the Ice Bucket Challenge of 2014 and the huge impact it had #LastSummer.
Don't let me die without a voice
We chose the theme of Voice in 2014 because more than 80% of people living with MND will experience communication difficulties, having a significant impact on their quality of life and the people they love.
Mark Maddox - My Story
Whilst this wasn’t a June Awareness Month campaign, Football v MND reached over 1.5 million football fans, during the 2013/14 football season.
Care for people living with MND
This video provides some great suggestions and introduces our Eating and drinking guide, packed full of info and recipes for people with MND.
Kennedy's Disease Clinic
Kennedy’s Disease and MND have similar traits, which can cause confusion during diagnosis. Find out more about the dedicated Kennedy’s Disease Clinic.
How the NICE Guideline on MND can help YOU
This animated video explains what you should expect from your care.
ALS: A video legacy
This short video explores how digital legacy can help you. A Nature Outlook video production 2017.
How can the MND Association help you?
This animated video explains how the Association can help families affected by motor neurone disease and the various different services we offer.
It is costing people, on average, £12,000 a year more than usual to live with MND, that's before loss of earnings.
MND Campaigns Journey 2016
See what it's like to campaign to help people living with MND.
Lorraine's Story | Champion the Charter
See how Lorraine used her personal experience to get her local council to adopt our MND Charter.
Champion The Charter - As a councillor, how you can help
If you are a councillor in England, Wales and Northern Ireland find out how you can adopt our Charter.
Champion The Charter - Meeting A Councillor
How to take the first steps to engage with your council.
Any views in these videos are those of our supporters.
Before acting on any information, advice or recommendations please check with a relevant health and social care professional. Everyone is different and ways people adapt to living with MND may not suit everyone.
Tony Edwards Story - The Impact of MND
Tony, who died of MND, and his family discuss the impact that motor neurone disease has on a family. This is a poignant video that some may find upsetting.
MND Nottinghamshire ''Walk through the door"
This video shows the importance of social contact and support for people affected by MND.
Enduring motor neurone disease (MND \ ALS)
This video shows the impact of MND on Steve Evans and his family. This is a poignant video that some may find upsetting.
Control your own comfort in Bed with the Comfier™
This video produced by Mobility with Dignity provides information on The Comfier™.
This video produced by the Press Association features an interview with David Welsh about voice banking.
The Adventures of Charlie and Bandit
Charlie, who lost his mother, Jan, to motor neurone disease in March 2017, is walking 86 miles across Hadrian's Wall with his pet ferret, Bandit.
Lost to MND
Three personal stories from family and friends of those who sadly lost people to MND.