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javaman
4th August 2015, 09:16
Hi my name Is Damion, i live in Hobart Tasmania .I carry the Sod1 Mutation for MND (Motor Nuerone Disease)with 3 relatives including My mother passing away with this dreadful Disease at 35 who i loved dearly and helped her as much as a could like bathing and pushing her around on her wheelchair and so on . Due to a disfunctional Family I have not much of a family to help me, I have a phycological condition including Bipiolar Disorder and i am trying from this day forward to live a better healthy lifestyle to try and prevent symptons of MND in the future , where enviromental factors play a big factor on getting a early stage onset of MND, and staying away from my normal job as a cleaner to stay away from chemicals such as bleaches , this is why i need your help (to move) ASAP, its unhealthy for me, with the enviromental factors around me not a great neigbourhood and living arrangements and I need somewhere quiet and somewhere to relax and im hoping people will help me fund to move as im stuck in a lease and i need to pay fees and so on to move, i currently have ongoing clinical phycology appointments and a regular GP and have bone issues such as spine and broken tib fib and ankle which is not making me any better an ol old injury and im worried about getting a neurologist referral.

The Target Amount of my gofundme campaign will be used for a new place to move, relaxation therapys, So i can make a fresh move and start as im on a budget and dont have much money left with my centrelink payments, Im so depressed where i am and it aint good for me , it wont go to waste it will be used for all the right things.
http://www.gofundme.com/Sod1MND
https://www.facebook.com/damion.kent.3

Thanks again and God Bless.

Dude
4th August 2015, 11:12
Hi Javaman You really are having a hard time and I would like to donate, but first can you tell me when and where you diagnosed, name of Neurologist. I am obviously suspicious of overseas appeals for money. Take care Dude

Terry
4th August 2015, 11:45
Hi Damion and welcome;

There's not much I can say bout your situation but I hope you find the forum useful with regards to tips and moral support.

Regards Terry

john
4th August 2015, 14:31
Hi Damion,

You are on a forum in the UK. There is an Australian organisation which should be your first port of call. Surely in your condition your own welfare support system in Australia will look after your needs or failing that charities closer to home should step forward. Could luck in your quest.

John

Jan
4th August 2015, 14:50
Sorry you have the need to post this but you will understand the suspicion when you say your mother passed at 35? And yet you were grown enough to bathe her and assist her in her wheelchair, sorry for being so frank but we with MND on this forum need all the funds we have got to aid ourselves

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