As we are currently facing increasing cases of community transmission, we will try to provide you with the latest information about how you can keep yourself and your family safe, and find out what support is available.

Around 10% of people diagnosed with MND have a ‘familial’ form of the condition; meaning there are two or more affected members within their family. Most people diagnosed with MND have what is called ‘sporadic’ MND, so although there may be a genetic element involved, other family members will not be affected.

The Communication Disorders Treatment and Research Clinic (CDTRC) is a teaching and research facility of the University of Sydney. They aim to provide optimal service to clients while enabling professional growth and development for both students and educators.

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