myFND is a secure and
friendly app that has been
designed to help you with
your symptoms of FND.
What is FND?
FND, or Functional Neurological Disorder, is a condition in which sufferers cannot access or control their body in the usual way.
At myFND, we want to help anyone with FND understand their symptoms, learn about how they change over time and what they can do to manage them.
The App Can Help You...
Keep track of how they
change over time
to manage them
The key to success with this app is to use it regularly.
Over time, the we hope you’ll find you can reduce your symptoms and have a positive impact on your quality of life.
Your details and symptoms are all securely protected within the app.
View the vast library. This has been created to provide you with trusted, accurate advice and information about Functional Neurological Disorder. You can also access case study animations about people experiences of FND.
Access self-management techniques that can help you alleviate the severity or frequency of some FND symptoms and work in a variety of ways, using grounding and relaxation techniques.
It takes a couple of seconds to log a snapshot of how you are in My check-in.
Using this CBT approach, it’s likely you’ll learn something useful about the patterns of your symptoms over time.
The charts and information in this section have been created from your ‘check-in section’ responses.
Here, you'll see how your symptoms have changed over time. This will help you to identify factors that make them better or worse or to spot any cycles.
Here you will find further information and signposting to organisations you may find helpful.
This App is not for profit. Our aim is to keep this App free for our users.
In order to do so we would welcome any donations. All proceeds help to continue the development of the App and keep it free for users.
Created by clinicians specialising in the treatment of functional symptoms as well as charity groups.
Dr Chris Symeon
Professor Mark Edwards
Dr Glenn Nielsen
Dr Mike Dilley
Dr Rachel Dean
The Wolfson Neurorehabilitation Team
With thanks to:
Dawn Golder, Executive Director FND Hope UK