Motor Neurone Disease. Sarah Bray 23 rd April 2013. Aims. Background Presentation Signs Diagnostic criteria Differential Diagnoses Investigation Research Symptoms Symptomatic Management Preparation and support Challenges for the GP. Curriculum Statement.
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Motor Neurone Disease
23rd April 2013
3.18 Care of People with Neurological Problems
Upper and lower motor neurons. From Damjanov, 2000.
When I wake each morning I decide …
This can be a good day or a bad day – my choice.
I can be happy or sad – my choice.
I can complain or I can cope – my choice.
Life can be a chore or a challenge – my choice.
I can take from life or give to life – my choice.
If all things are possible,
How I deal with those possibilities is – my choice.
Steve Shackel, diagnosed with MND