Severe ME/CFS: A Guide to Living

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Severe ME/CFS: A Guide to Living
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Author Emily Collingridge
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Subject Patient guide, Carer's guide
Genre Medical
Publisher Self-published
Media type print

Severe ME/CFS: A Guide to Living is a book written by Emily Collingridge, a severe ME patient, for patients, caregivers, friends and relatives of ME/CFS patients and those who are interested in the disease especially in its most severe form. It is available at cost.

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This book provides help to patients with severe ME (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis) as well as the loved ones and professionals caring for them.

This comprehensive reference book has been written by Emily Collingridge, a patient with over twelve years experience of severe ME, in consultation with over thirty patients, carers, friends, relatives and health professionals. Although published by the Association of Young People with ME (AYME) as well as containing advice for children and young people, the entire book is suitable for adults of all ages. A4 in size, there are over 130 jam packed pages with guidance on every conceivable area of life with severe ME as well as specific help for carers, partners, siblings, parents, grandparents, friends, doctors, nurses, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, dietitians, speech language therapists, psychologists, social workers and home tutors.

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