Thursday, 21st June 2018 Parliamentary Debate about M.E. Treatment and Research, arranged by Carol Monaghan (SNP MP for Glasgow North West). You can watch the recording of the debate on Parliamentary TV and read the debate transcript on Hansard.
Dear Friends and Supporters and ‘Cheerers on’… What a great job we all did..through thick and thin I managed to complete the Marathon ‘walk’ in 6 hours and 14 minutes at a fairly steady pace of 4.2 miles per hour.. A little bruised and sore today but up and about and taking it easy! The […]
‘Words of gratitude to someone who believed in not only my M.E. but me too, are not enough’ Jessica Taylor Bearman: Dr Paul is the only doctor who held my hand throughout my suffering, from when I couldn’t speak or move, to helping me stand up again for the first time in nine years. He […]
Our thanks to Judith for organising. and marking her ‘special birthday’ by ‘helping others to benefit from the help I received’ from The M.E. Trust. 2.30pm to 5.00pm at Bruce Castle Park, N17 8NS, London. Cream Teas, Home Baking, Children’s Crafts, Toys & Games, Tennis, Craft Stall, Quiet Area. The UNREST Film will also be […]
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This is a fabulous opportunity to help transform the lives of people with M.E. Full details can be found below or on job listings on the Charity Job or Third Sector sites.
Alongside our established support services The M.E. Trust is looking to expand its spiritual care provision specifically using web based formats. This is particularly aimed at enabling those around the UK who are isolated by illness to connect with others for spiritual support and encouragement, in online groups or networks facilitated by a chaplain. Our […]
The study provides evidence for the reality of disability for many people with ME/CFS and the disease’s effect on HRQoL and wellbeing. In this study population, the loss of functional status, as a proxy for disability, was greater in people with ME/CFS than people with MS. Read the full article and study by Kingdon, C.C., Bowman, […]
Our medical advisor, Dr Paul Worthley, is running the London Marathon in April, raising funds for clinical services for PwME. Please support this wonderful effort, read his story, and share with others: https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/PaulWorthley1 #RunForME
7.30pm at St Paul’s Church, 140 Church Road, Addlestone, KT15 1SJ. In Aid of The M.E. Trust. Tickets: £10 (£5 for 15 and under) Box Office: 07858 617343 or [email protected] Please come and support the concert as it will enable us to help more people with ME.