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!
20 Jan 2020
After years of hard work by M.E. advocate Suzy Chapman, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has doubled back on plans which would have made it even harder…... Read more >>
17 Jan 2020
“When I was 14 I became ill and never really got better," recalls our fundraiser of the week, Genevieve Miles. "Turns out I have M.E. It was boring, frustrating…... Read more >>
14 Jan 2020
Holly has been unable to leave her house since 2012. She told us:“M.E. has dramatically altered my life and the lives of those around me, especially my…... Read more >>
13 Jan 2020
A representative from Physios for M.E. has joined the Medical Education Working Group as part of the UK CFS/M.E. Research Collaborative (CMRC), which aims…... Read more >>
10 Jan 2020
Carol Monaghan MP will meet with MPs next week to reform the All Party Parliamentary Group for M.E. The group is holding a brief AGM on Tuesday 14 January,…... Read more >>
07 Jan 2020
It's two years since Sarah's son Finlay, now 10, became ill with the flu, but didn't seem to be getting better. Four months later, Finlay was diagnosed…... Read more >>