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 with M.E. - 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 Young Member's Forum is open to Action for M.E. members who are under 18. As soon as your registration has been approved, you can log in using the boxes on the right.
Our Parent Member's Forum is open to Action for M.E. members who are parents, carers and guardians of young people with M.E. As soon as your registration has been approved, you can log in using the boxes on the right.
19 Sep 2017
Action for M.E. has responded to a National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE) guideline on Suspected neurological conditions stating that…... Read more >>
15 Sep 2017
Our fundraiser of the week is Ruth Johns, who has donated the proceeds from her book St Ann’s Nottingham: Inner City Voices, along with Tony Miller, founder…... Read more >>
14 Sep 2017
“I was too unwell to appeal, knowing that the extra stress would cause further relapse.”That’s the experience of just one person with M.E. who inputted…... Read more >>
13 Sep 2017
"Any physician will tell you that you learn a lot more from talking to patients than you do from reading any kind of text book."These are the words of…... Read more >>
12 Sep 2017
The impact of M.E. will be brought to the attention of senior social workers today when Action for M.E.’s report into families facing false accusations…... Read more >>
11 Sep 2017
Labour MP for East Ham Stephen Timms has tabled an Early Day Motion (EDM) asking MPs to support a review of the NICE guideline for M.E., after being contacted…... Read more >>