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- Disability Benefits – what help is available?
- Analysis of gender differences in HRV of patients with M/CFS using mobile-health technology
- £5m for post-viral long COVID. £0 for post-viral ME/CFS!
- Systematic review of sleep characteristics in ME/CFS
Tag Archives: employment
ME Association blog post: ME Awareness Week Focus on Employment and Education – Free leaflets for you to download! Topics covered: Employment Issues and M.E. University and M.E. M.E. Children and Young People Examinations and M.E. Factsheet – What you … Continue reading
Functional status & well-being in people with ME/CFS compared with people with MS & healthy controls
Research abstract: Functional Status and Well-Being in People with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Compared with People with Multiple Sclerosis and Healthy Controls, by Caroline C. Kingdon, Erinna W. Bowman, Hayley Curran, Luis Nacul, Eliana M. Lacerda in PharmacoEconomics Open 2018 pp 1-12 [Online: 13 March 2018] Background: People with myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue … Continue reading
Carers Wales Campaign 2017/18: Working Carers Survey As the working population ages and our loved ones are living longer, supporting carers who work is becoming increasingly important. More and more of us will be juggling caring responsibilities at home alongside work. … Continue reading
Disability Wales article, 16 November: How to Survive Five Problems Disabled People Face Some situations we face can feel nightmarish. Yet simply knowing what to do can reduce your stress levels significantly, and help you to overcome what life throws … Continue reading
Disability Rights UK blog post, 2 November 2016: Improving Lives: The Work, Health and Disability Green Paper This green paper sets out the government’s proposals on ways to halve the disability employment gap disabled people and people with long-term health … Continue reading
Disability Rights UK blog post, 8 Aug 2016: 1 in 10 businesses unable to support an employee with a disability or health condition Increasing the number of disabled people in employment must be a “national priority” New research has found … Continue reading
Disability Rights UK article, 4 April 2016: Disability employment gap inquiry launched The Work and Pensions Committee launches an inquiry into the Government’s commitment to halve the “disability employment gap” – the difference in employment rates between disabled and non-disabled … Continue reading
Disability Rights UK article, 23 February 2016: Supporting young people with chronic health conditions Liz Sayce, Disability Rights UK CEO gave a presentation at a Work Foundation event launching their new report. The report, Don’t stop me now: supporting young … Continue reading