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This leaflet gives you information about eating safely and eating well in Motor Neurone Disease.
A multidisciplinary clinic involves a group of healthcare professionals, known as the multidisciplinary team.
Are you interested in being referred to neuropsychology?
The nurse service is available for anyone who has a diagnosis of Motor Neurone Disease (MND) and is under the care of The Walton Centre.
Palliative care aims to achieve the best quality of life for patients with a terminal condition and also support the patient’s family and friends. It is provided by a coordinated team of health care professionals.
Voice banking is a process that allows a person to record a set list of phrases with their own voice. This recording is then used to create a personal synthetic voice.
There is damage to the nerves connecting the brain and spinal cord to the muscles in the arms and legs.
The way we stay continent is a very complex process that allows us to voluntarily delay passing urine until we are in a suitable place. This process can sometimes be affected by Multiple Sclerosis
Constipation is common in the general population but is more so amongst people with a neurological condition. It is especially common amongst people with MS as messages between the brain and the bowel can become mixed up leading to slower movement of faeces through the bowel.
Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) can help people who have had damage to their brain or spinal cord to move more easily.