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Andrew Sillett
Meningococcal disease
Meningococcal disease at 19

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People who are faced with meningitis and septicaemia have to act fast to help save a life.

Useful links

Here are some links to organisations that, in addition to the Foundation, can provide you with help and support relating to bereavement or the after effects associated with meningitis and septicaemia.

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Limbless Association

Information, advice and support for people of all ages who are without one or more limbs. UK wide.

National Association for Deaf People

NAD has a national network of resource centres providing a range of accessible Services to deaf and hard of hearing people and their families. Republic of Ireland.

National Deaf Children's Society

For parents of deaf children and young deaf people.  Provides information on all aspects of childhood deafness.  Offers advice on benefits, educational issues, equipment and technology, hearing aids, hearing tests etc. UK wide.

National Society for Epilepsy

Emotional support and information for people with epilepsy, their families, carers and health professionals.  Can provide written information resources from the Information and Education Department.  UK wide.

Nutritionist Resource

Free, confidential service enabling people in the UK to find a nutritionist close to them appropriate for their needs.

Pain Association of Scotland

Operates a network of self-management training groups, education and peer support for people with any chronic painful condition. Scotland only.

Pain Society

Publishes booklets intended to help sufferers of chronic pain, how to help and treatment at pain management clinics.

Rathbone Training

Provides advice, support and training for children 14-19 year olds with special educational needs. UK wide.


Provides support and advice for children with hand or arm deficiencies, and their parents. UK wide.


Retired engineers use their expertise to make one off technical aids, free of charge, to help disabled people of all ages.  UK wide.

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