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 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 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.
20 Feb 2018
A parliamentary debate on the PACE trial has highlighted the flaws of the trial and called for greater education among the public and medical practitioners.Carol…... Read more >>
19 Feb 2018
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence has announced its next steps in updating its guideline on M.E./CFSAfter a workshop was held last…... Read more >>
16 Feb 2018
Our fundraiser of the week is Nick Biddle, who is running the London Marathon for us this year because his son has M.E.Talking about his son Bud’s experiences,…... Read more >>
14 Feb 2018
“No one should have any doubt the process needs urgent change.”Frank Field MP, Chair of the Work and Pensions Select Committee, has spoken out today about…... Read more >>
09 Feb 2018
Our fundraiser of the week is the Rotary Club of Baldock, who donated to us after our trustee Sue gave a talk there sharing her own experiences of M.E.The…... Read more >>
08 Feb 2018
A Westminster Hall debate about the PACE trial, and its impact on people with M.E., will be held on Tuesday 20 February.Leading the debate, Carol Monaghan,…... Read more >>