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Support plans for pupils with M.E.

This Action for M.E. factsheet for children and young people with M.E., their parents, teachers, and other professionals supporting them, offers information on Individual Healthcare Plans and Education, Health and Care Plans.

Statutory plans for special educational needs in the UK

These are the only statutory assessed plans for young people who need more support than is currently available through their educational institution.

I have M.E.

It can be difficult for children with M.E. to understand what is happening to their body and why they feel the way that they do. This children's booklet follows the story of 7 year old Chloe who has M.E. Here she shares her experiences with symptoms, resting and day-to-day life with M.E.

My mummy has M.E.

Having M.E. is challenging, especially when you are a parent. If you are struggling to explain your condition to your children, we have created this children's booklet to help. This children's story uses the words of one of our junior members and follows Jack whose mum has M.E.

My sister has M.E.

When your child gets sick it can be difficult for everyone in the family - especially young siblings who don't understand what is happening to their brother or sister. This children's booklet follows the story of Sophie whose big sister has M.E.

Exams for pupils with M.E.

This Action for M.E. factsheet for children and young people with M.E., their parents, teachers, and other professionals supporting them, gives information on exam accessibility, special considerations, Standard Attainment Tests, GCSEs and A-levels.

The role of a social worker

This Action for M.E. factsheet is for parents of children and young people with M.E., teachers, and other professionals supporting the family. It sets out the role of social workers in relation to families with M.E., and what to do if they raise child protection or safeguarding concerns.

Information and support for families living with M.E.

Leaflet giving a short overview of M.E. in children and young people, and our services for young people and families with M.E., including our peer-support forums.