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Using your experience of M.E. to support others

October 02, 2017

Do you live in Fife, Edinburgh or Lothians? Could you use your experience of M.E. to support someone else living with the condition?We are seeking volunteers to get involved in our Mentor…

Action for M.E. calls for improved Scot health service

August 09, 2017

Action for M.E. has called for improvements to Scottish health services in response to an inquiry into the culture of the NHS in Scotland.In our response to the Health and Sport Committee’s…

Help shape our work in Scotland: event in August

July 25, 2017

If you have experience of living with M.E. or are a professional with an interest in the illness living in Scotland, we'd like to invite you to attend a meeting to help shape our Scottish…

​M.E. healthcare in Scotland: share your views

July 21, 2017

What treatment or management approaches for M.E. have you been offered by healthcare professionals? Did they listen to your views and treat you with respect?Action for M.E. is asking…

New project to lead change launched in Scotland

May 09, 2017

Action for M.E. has launched a new 12-month, Scottish Government-funded project as part of M.E. Awareness Month that will allow us to lead change in Scotland by reaching out to health…

New project to improve health and social care in Scotland

March 24, 2017

Action for M.E. is launching a new project in Scotland to work with health and social care professionals.Inform M.E. Scotland is a 12-month, Scottish Government-funded project that…

Chance for people with M.E. to shape Scottish benefits

December 02, 2016

The Scottish Government are looking for people who have applied for social security benefits to become part of a focus group that will help them design and test a new social security…

Improve, inspire and invest: our strategy for change

November 18, 2016

Launching our new five-year strategy at our Collaborating for change conference today, Action for M.E. asks how we can work better together to improve the lives of people with M.E.…

Action for M.E. respond to Scottish Government consultation

November 01, 2016

Informed by the experiences of people with M.E., Action for M.E. has responded to a consultation on social security in Scotland, outlining how welfare benefits provision can be improved…

Got experience of M.E.? Take part in our new project

October 27, 2016

If you have experience of M.E. and would like to use your experiences to help support others in a positive and constructive way, then Action for M.E. has an opportunity for you.We are…

Control of welfare benefits in Scotland: have your say

September 07, 2016

The Scottish Government is consulting with people across Scotland about how best to use the new social security powers devolved to it by the Scotland Act 2016. These powers include…

New peer-mentoring support network seeks volunteers

September 05, 2016

Mentor M.E. is Action for M.E.’s new volunteer peer-mentor support network for people affected by M.E. in Scotland, funded by the Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland (the Alliance)…

New self-advocacy guide for people with M.E. in Scotland

June 01, 2016

More than 100,000 Scots live with a long-term neurological condition, including M.E. Like many other groups with physical health problems, they have no statutory right to an independent…

Alliance funds our new five-year project

March 23, 2016

Action for M.E. is delighted to announce that the Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland (ALLIANCE) has agreed to fund our five-year peer-mentoring project in full.Our project is one…