We also have fact sheets available on a number of neurological conditions. Contact us to request any of the following fact sheets, or simply click on the links below:
This fact sheet discusses the nature of Alzheimer's disease, what we know about its cause, the symptoms and diagnosis. It offers suggestions on how to care for and communicate with someone who has the condition, and discusses ways to manage changes that may occur in their behaviour. Download the PDF.
This factsheet describes the nature of Huntington disease, the cause and who develops it. It covers symptoms, diagnosis, genetic testing, the effects over time, appropriate therapy and care - giving. Download the PDF.
This factsheet explains what muscular dystrophy is, the main types, who it affects and the cause. It covers symptoms and diagnosis, effects of the condition, treatment and offers care - giving tips. Download the PDF.
This factsheet explains the different forms of motor neurone disease (MND), possible causes and who it affects. It describes symptoms, diagnosis, treatments and offers care - giving suggestions. Download the PDF.
This factsheet explains what Parkinson's is, who develops it and what we know about its cause. It describes diagnosis, symptoms, effects of the condition over time, treatments and therapies. Download the PDF.
This factsheet explains what multiple sclerosis is, what we know about its cause and who develops it. It describes diagnosis, types of MS, symptoms, treatment and discusses ways of managing the condition. Download the PDF.
This factsheet explains what a stroke is, the causes, symptoms and diagnosis. It describes the effects of stroke, treatments and the recovery process. Download the PDF.
This booklet is an extension of the Understanding Stroke factsheet. It is a practical guide for people affected by stroke, their families and carers. Download the PDF.
Help BrainLink support the families and individuals affected by acquired brain disorders.
BrainLink acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the traditional custodians of the land on which we operate. We have an inclusive culture and value diversity and all abilities.