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Laura Peronace

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For the 2nd year in a row Daniel, mum and myself will be raising for MND by taking part in the Sydney City to Surf.
My family's awareness of MND is much like everyone else who has encountered this debilitating disease. In early 2008 my father was diagnosed with MND. The diagnosis was a blow to the whole family as we knew very little about this disease.
In April 2009 my father passed away. Throughout the diagnosis and up until this day, our family has been supported by MND QLD. They have provided equipment, assistance and lots of love and support. Without them, we would not have been able to cope and our family as well as many other families, would be lost.
We participated in the 2009 City to Surf and raised $3500 but this year, we are aiming to raise $4000.
I will be walking the 14km with mum, whilst Daniel will be running in the 75-100min category. To help raise awareness, we will be wearing MND merchandise.

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Motor Neurone Disease (MND) Association of Queensland Inc

Motor Neurone Disease Association of Queensland Inc.

At Motor Neurone Disease Association of Queensland’s (MNDAQ), we aim to provide and promote the best possible support for families living with motor neurone disease within Queensland, to support research and raise awareness in our community.

Since 1983, MNDAQ has been supporting people living with MND, their families and those who care for them, through the provision of information, education, support services and specialised equipment. Today, MNDAQ is committed to supporting many Queenslanders who have been affected by MND, including their families, friends, employers, and workmates.

MNDAQ receives very little recurrent funding and relies heavily on community support to help people with MND to live better for longer.

MND is a neurological disorder which can affect anyone at any time. The most common period is midlife, however it is increasingly affecting younger people, and can affect both men and women.

For a person being diagnosed with MND, it could mean the progressive loss of the use of their limbs, their ability to speak, to swallow and to breathe, whilst their mind and senses usually remain intact. The effects of the disease are rapid, debilitating and terminal. Currently there is no known cause or cure.

Please help us support people living with MND.

For more information:,  Phone 07 3372 9004, Email:

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