Recovering from childhood bacterial meningitis and septicaemia
“Your guide – Recovering from childhood meningitis and septicaemia” and “My Journal – Life after childhood meningitis and septicaemia" are resources which have been jointly produced by Meningitis Research Foundation and Meningitis Now.
The resources have been written to help families following hospital discharge in the UK.
Your guideYour Guide
provides in depth information about recovery and potential after effects of meningitis and septicaemia.
My JournalMy Journal
provides a place for parents and children to keep a personal record of the illness, recovery and follow-up care. Your Guide
is temporarily out of stock. If you would like to receive a copy please send your name, address and the quantity you require via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
or call our Freefone helpline 080 8800 3344.
Ben and Christine Etheridge talk to Meningitis Research Foundation. Ben, contracted Group B meningococcal disease (meningitis and septicaemia) at the age of three and is coping with the after effects of the disease
Janine's son contracted pneumococcal meningitis
Serious and long-term after effects
In the coming weeks we'll be building up a library of more detailed information about the after effects of meningitis and septicaemia. The first additions to the library are identified by active links.
If you can't find what your looking for, do please get in touch by calling us on Freefone helpline 080 8800 3344 or emailing email@example.com
After effects specific to septicaemia:
My Journal – Extra notes pagesMy Journal
is divided into six different sections. Within some of these sections there are notes pages for you to fill in. Extra copies of these notes pages are available for download here:Personal details and recordsHospital discharge and follow-upAfter follow-upContinued care and appointments