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Unrest screening plus Q&A in Bath on 14 November

November 03, 2017

As charity partner of the award-winning M.E. documentary Unrest, Action for M.E. is delighted to support a community screening in Bath later this month, where our Chief Executive, Sonya…
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Double your donation: the Big Give Christmas Challenge

November 01, 2017

The children and adults that Action for M.E. supports rely on services funded by your generous donations. We are absolutely thrilled that, for one week only, those donations will be…
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See award-winning M.E. doc Unrest at our events

October 18, 2017

Action for M.E. is thrilled to be partnering with award-winning documentary Unrest to raise awareness and understanding of M.E. and its impact. Working with the team behind the film,…
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SMILE Trial results published: Action for M.E. comment

September 20, 2017

Results of a trial published today show that a small cohort of young people with mild or moderate M.E. report improvement in their symptoms after undergoing the Lightning Process in…
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M.E. in Northern Ireland: our NVTV interview

August 17, 2017

Less than half of UK NHS boards commission a specialist service for M.E., and Northern Ireland has no provision at all, leaving thousands of desperately ill people unable to access…
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Sonya Chowdhury responds to ‘psychosomatic’ comment

October 10, 2016

Action for M.E. Chief Executive Sonya Chowdhury has challenged a comment posted on the British Medical Journal (BMJ) website which suggested that for M.E. patients, the condition is…
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M.E. in the media: new challenges for Jude and Beth

September 20, 2016

In the news this month are two women with M.E. celebrating their achievements. Jude Adams, who has lived with M.E. for seven years, has released her first album, supported by Arts Council…
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Millions missing: add your voice to the campaign

September 07, 2016

A global M.E.-awareness event is planned for Tuesday 27 September, and you can get involved. Building on the success of protests that took place across the world in May and June, the Millions…
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Ministers answer parliamentary questions on M.E.

June 14, 2016

This week, two written parliamentary questions have been answered on M.E. The first was tabled by Alex Cunningham MP, and arose as a result of Mr Cunningham attending the recent APPG…
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Taking care of carers: Carers Week 2016

June 06, 2016

“My husband’s life has had to change as drastically as my own in order to accommodate my condition, and over the years he has often had to act as my carer. Our life as a couple has…
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M.E. in the media: the double whammy of isolation

June 02, 2016

“I only see one or two people for an hour or two at most – I can't cope with any more than that,” says Tisha Bratt, who has had M.E. for 22 years. “My husband is wonderful. We met after…
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M.E. in the media: raising awareness, reducing isolation

May 16, 2016

We’re just over half way through M.E. Awareness Month 2016, and are delighted that so many local and regional newspapers are helping to spread our message: don’t ignore M.E.Our media…
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M.E. in the media: M.E. Awareness Month so far

May 10, 2016

Already this M.E. Awareness Month our media case studies have appeared in the local press and on newspaper websites across the UK. This year our media work is focusing on the isolation…
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