FND Action want you to know what it feels like to have a Functional Neurological Disorder – Run up to #GivingTuesday

What does it feel like to have a Functional Neurological Disorder?

“Hard to understand and feel people don’t believe what you say. It’s like playing a game but have no idea how to play it.” ~Jo, Cambridge

“FND is a thief, it has stolen my life and my time. The endless hours spent recovering from something as small as a doctors appointment. My bed is my home. Recovering is my dream. Support is my hope.” ~Anon, West Sussex

“FND has forced me to stop my sport after being a full time athlete but it hasn’t forced me to give up and I never will.” ~Georgia, Buckinghamshire

“I feel unsafe and alone because people tell me I should be ok, even though I am at risk all the time.” ~Dylan, Devon

“Being diagnosed with FND was the biggest shock of my life but the worst was people branding me a liar and a fake! You were fine last week and now you’re in a wheelchair! People’s ignorance is what isolates the disabled not the disability!” ~Vicky, Wirral


FND Action want to help people like Jo, Georgia, anon, Dylan and Vicky! We want those diagnosed to know they’re not alone, help ensure they receive the medical care they need and support them going forward to live their lives to the fullest.

It’s the run up to #GivingTuesday and we’re reaching out for you to donate just £4 to help us help people diagnosed with FND and NEAD in the UK. (Please see image for how to donate)

Thank you in advance for your support!