You can choose one of three Action for M.E. forums to access peer support and friendship:
M.E. Friends Online is open to anyone aged 18 or over affected by M.E., including carers - it doesn’t matter if you’re an Action for M.E. Supporting Member or not. Register by filling in the boxes on the right.
Our Parent Member's Forum is open to Action for M.E. Supporting Members who are parents, carers and guardians of young people with M.E. Click to register.
If you're aged up to 19, you can join our young person's community for free, and make friends in our Young People's Forum. Join us today!
28 Feb 2020
This week’s fundraisers of the week are Hazel Wilcox and her team. Hazel, whose sister has M.E., is taking part in Walk with M.E. with her team in order…... Read more >>
21 Feb 2020
Our fundraiser of the week is Belinda, who is donating money from sales of her handmade greeting cards.Belinda was diagnosed with M.E. and Fibromyalgia…... Read more >>
20 Feb 2020
The next meeting of the All Party Parliamentary Group for M.E. is taking place on Tuesday 3 March where the focus will be on biomedical research. You…... Read more >>
20 Feb 2020
What big research questions do people with M.E., their carers and clinicians want answered?You are invited to a free workshop on Tuesday 10 March to start…... Read more >>
18 Feb 2020
Fully revised for 2020, our comprehensive pacing guide is based on the insight and experience of people with M.E.Pacing is a an approach that can help…... Read more >>
14 Feb 2020
The Scottish Health Council (SHC) has launched a survey to gather the views and lived experience of people with M.E./CFS in Scotland. The survey was commissioned…... Read more >>