National Carers Week runs from Sunday 16 to Saturday 22 October 2022 with the theme – Millions of Reasons to Care.

Millions of Reasons to Care, aims to broaden the communities understanding of the caring role, increase carer identification and provide the community with more reasons to care about carers.

This week MND NSW recognise the 2.65 million carers from across Australia who provide care and support to family members or friends, and we celebrate the many carers across the country supporting a loved one living with MND. We also recognise, and care about, the many young carers who are under the age of 25 and supporting a loved one living with MND.

Join us for lunch to celebrate National Carers Week

MND NSW is hosting a lunch to celebrate National Carers Week which includes a free tour of Perspectives on Place exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA).

When: Friday 21 October 2022

Where: MCA, 140 George Street, The Rocks, NSW.

RSVP: Email Sabine Krajewski This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Free movie tickets for young carers

If you are a young carer under the age of 25, we are offering two free movie tickets for you to take a break and celebrate National Carers Week.

Check out our blog to find out more.

Other National Carers Week events

There are a number of events happening across Australia, check out the National Carers Week website to find out more.

MND NSW Carer Program

If you are caring for a person living with MND, join our carer program to access information, education, support, and activities including:

  • Online Carer Kitchen Table Conversations
  • MND Youth Hub for young carers
  • Newsletter
  • Other special events.

Complete an online intake form to register or call the MND NSW InfoLine 1800 777 175.

Carer Gateway

Carer Gateway provides emotional, practical and financial support for carers. Call Carer Gateway on 1800 422 737.


Carerhelp is available to support people in Australia who are caring for a partner, relative or friend living with a life limiting illness.

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