Adults and over 65s
There’s a lot to think about at this time of life, including the possibility of going on to higher education or work. Some people choose to move out of home and live independently. We all deal with the ups and downs of life including relationships, study, work and health.
Some people grow up living with a lifelong disability while others are diagnosed with neuromuscular conditions later in life. Transitioning to higher support needs can occur at different life stages depending on the individual.
MDNSW is here to help with information and support,
we also provide a range of programs and events for adults
Our long history of working with people with many different kinds of neuromuscular conditions means we understand your specific support needs and issues.
Our programs and events provide great opportunities to connect with other people and families in our MDNSW community.
We also highly recomment young adults (up to 24) to participate in the empowering and well-regarded Duke of Edinburgh’s Award program.
Check out The Peer Collective for stories from our NSW community and The Loop is a great new Australia-wide resource for the neuromuscular community, featuring stories, condition information and a forum.