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We are committed to raising awareness of meningitis and the work that we do, in everything we do. Whether you are looking for more information for you and your family, or you would like to help us raise awareness in your community we have lots of information to help.
We are proud to be a certified member of The Information Standard. This is a quality assurance standard that ensures the information we produce is supported by the most relevant evidence and is produced according to strict processes and guidelines. All Meningitis Now information that has been produced in accordance with the scheme is marked with The Information Standard logo.
Please note these booklets were produced before we changed our name to Meningitis Now. All the information in the booklets is correct and up-to-date.
Technology is moving forward, and so are we. Meningitis signs and symptoms information is available on:
iPhone users - see more detail and download free on the app store
Android users - visit the Android Marketplace for details and free download
Signs and symptoms cards – we know these save lives!
Meningococcal disease – the facts
Pneumococcal meningitis– the facts
Meningitis vaccines – the facts
Tuberculous (TB) meningitis – the facts
Viral meningitis – the facts
Neonatal meningitis - the facts
Learning and development concerns after meningitis and meningococcal septicaemia
Benefits fact sheet
Grants fact sheet
Complementary therapies fact sheet
Meningitis Now Support services fact sheet
Meningitis Now is the new name for Meningitis UK and the Meningitis Trust. Our goals remain the same – saving lives and rebuilding futures.
You can now keep the Meningitis Now signs and symptoms card on your iPhone. Life-saving information at your fingertips
Keep up-to-date with all the latest Meningitis Now news with our monthly email.
Call our nurse-led helpline on 0808 80 10 388. Through language line, calls can be translated into over 170 languages. We can also supply a word document suitable for translation explaining meningitis and its signs and symptoms. Contact the team