We seek a specialist to manage the charity’s growing social media. It is a full-time position that enables you to work from home…
The information in this new guide should be of help to people when managing post-Covid fatigue syndrome and post-Covid ME/CFS.
We asked those who suffer with Severe M.E if they would like to submit their stories to be published on the ME Association website blog.
We update our general leaflet on Covid-19 and ME/CFS and this is reproduced below along with all our range of free leaflets about the infection and lockdown.
For people with ME/CFS going back to work. Discusses the Returning to Work Risk Assessments.
“Worse is the fear of getting this nasty coronavirus. I know if I get it I could be in serious trouble, especially with the Asthma, but even with M.E…”
“Without doubt my biggest regret has been that I have not been able to have my own family.”
“It’s been a long two years coming to terms with M.E. and it’s still a work in progress.”
“To be a disabled person does not mean that you must solely be a wheelchair user or someone with a physical deformity.”
“I’ve got steadily worse, less and less able to work, missing out on all social outings, not able to take holidays due mainly to lack of finances…”
We provide an update on the measures in place to help people who are in employment during the coronavirus pandemic.
We have listened to your feedback and can now provide an updated guide to the most important aspects of management.