MND Association South Essex Branch



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The South Essex Branch of the Motor Neurone Disease Association has the sole aim of serving all those in the area who are affected by Motor Neurone Disease (MND). This includes people with MND, their carers, family and friends, in fact anyone who has been touched in some way by the disease.



The AGM will be in the Day Centre at St Luke's Hospice on Saturday 10th March at 12.30. There will be a chance for those living with MND and their carers to enjoy Virtual Reality experiences and have a massage. Contact Sandy to book your timeslot between 10am and 4pm.

Walk to D'Feet 2018 - 20th May

Information Sheet

Registration Form


Summer Lunch - Saturday 21st July

with research update by Dr Brian Dickie


See Forthcoming Events page for full details.


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We liaise with health and social care professionals such as Speech Therapists, Occupational Therapists and the medical profession, attending the monthly multiple disciplinarian meetings at both Southend and Basildon Hospitals.


Our branch holds regular support meetings for people living with MND and their carers. These provide an opportunity to meet with other people living with the disease, and to share experiences and ideas.


Fundraising and raising awareness are also an important part of branch activities. We organise a number of events throughout the year which are well supported. Additionally we are very fortunate to be assisted by a number of individuals and organisations within the region. They raise money for use by the branch to help people living with MND or to help fund research into MND to learn more about the disease and help to find treatments. Every event helps spread the word about MND and raise people's understanding of what it means to live with MND.


The South Essex Branch is run entirely by volunteers, many of who have personal experience of the disease. We are always interested in hearing from people who can help with events or who want to get involved with running the branch.


If you would like further information about our meetings, would like to receive a hard copy of our newsletter, or wish to get involved with our branch, please contact Maura Irwin.


For more information about the work of the Association, and up to date information regarding the disease, care and research, please visit the National Office website