Read real stories from people affected by MND, get inspired by the incredible ways people are supporting our cause and hear more about the latest advancements in research, care and support.​


MND Scotland to continue as Hearts shirt sponsor

Heart of Midlothian Football Club confirms that MND Scotland will continue as its front of shirt partner for season 2023/24.

Dad’s MND Symptoms Mistaken for Signs of Aging

Scott Kerr bravely shares his dad's story to raise awareness about people diagnosed with Motor Neuron Disease (MND) later in life.

New programme to move potential MND drugs into clinical trials faster

A ground-breaking programme to screen potential MND treatments faster in people living with MND has been announced.

Tommy’s 26 years with MND

Having originally shared his story in 2017, ahead of Global MND Awareness Day, Tommy opens up about how his life has continued to change over the past six years. 

Historic investment in UK’s biggest ever MND clinical drug trial

Historic £2 million investment for the UK’s biggest ever motor neuron disease (MND) clinical drug trial.

MND Scotland CEO takes on 700-ft wing walk

By taking on their courageous feat, Rachel, Sharon and Jennie will follow in the footsteps of countless remarkable fundraisers, when they take to the skies for an exhilarating wing walk.

Paula’s Story – Carers Week 2023

Paula's husband was diagnosed with MND at 49. For two and a half years, she cared for him and faced the challenges of navigating social care systems. In her own words, Paula shares her caregiving experience.

Anne’s Story – Carers Week 2023

Anne’s husband was diagnosed with bulbar onset MND in May 2020. He died in their local hospice in December 2021. For carers week, Anne shares what a day of caring for him involved.   

Phil and Kate’s Story – Carers Week 2023

Despite being diagnosed with MND, Kate, an international project manager, is determined to continue her work while her husband, Phil, provides constant care. For Carers Week, Phil shares what a day of caring for Kate involves.