The taxi transport subsidy scheme (TTSS) supports residents who are unable to use public transport because of a severe and permanent disability.

If you're eligible, you could receive a subsidy of 50% of a taxi fare, up to a maximum subsidy of $60 and only pay the remaining fare. This includes travel in wheelchair accessible taxis.

To mark 40 years of MND New South Wales this year, we are highlighting 40 years of stories from our members, staff, volunteers and experts. 

You can help MND NSW continue supporting people with motor neurone disease by making a donation here.

Dianne’s Story 

In April 2020, the global pandemic had just hit and in the middle of a global lockdown, Dianne’s twin brother Paul was diagnosed with MND. The whole family was devastated.

To mark 40 years of MND New South Wales this year, we are highlighting 40 years of stories from our members, staff, volunteers and experts. 

You can help MND NSW continue supporting people with motor neurone disease by making a donation here.

Julie has been working as a Service Coordinator at NSW Health for 14 years. Her role works closely with staff and volunteers at MND New South wales via a two-way referral system to help people living with MND, especially those who are newly diagnosed.

To mark 40 years of MND New South Wales this year, we are highlighting 40 years of stories from our members, staff, volunteers and experts. 

You can help MND NSW continue supporting people with motor neurone disease by making a donation here.

 

A Message from Graham Opie, CEO

This year, we are marking 40 years since we first started as an organisation so it’s a very special time for all of us here at MND NSW.

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