Keep Connected - Let's Talk About Fatigue After Meningitis

Are you struggling with the impact of fatigue following meningitis?

Meningitis Now Online Support Events 2020 LB - Fatigue

Fatigue is commonly experienced following meningitis. It's more than just feeling tired; fatigue occurs when tiredness is not relieved by sleep or rest. It can be overwhelming, affecting our physical and mental wellbeing and impacting on daily life.

This event will give you the opportunity to share your own experience with others and provide you with some resources to help you to manage fatigue.

Our Keep Connected - Let's Talk About Fatigue After Meningitis session will focus on:

  • What is fatigue, and how can it affect us?
  • Causes of fatigue;
  • Self-help strategies to manage fatigue;
  • Sharing experiences of fatigue after meningitis.

Key event info

Date: Wednesday 10 March 2021
Time: 7pm - 8pm

This event is now fully booked – please complete the form below to join the waiting list and to be kept updated about future events

This online session is for adults aged 18 and over who have fatigue because of a meningitis experience, and will be facilitated by Helpline and Information Manager Claire Donovan and Community Support Officer Christine Mather.

If you are aged 14-25 and have been affected by meningitis, Believe & Achieve are holding a range of online events for young people. Please visit the Events & Weekends page

 for more information and to sign up.

Got a question?

Please email Christine at

Join the waiting list

Join the waiting list for Keep Connected Online Support Events 2021

These online events rely on access to an internet connection and a laptop, tablet or smartphone with access to a web browser or downloadable app.

Please note that each individual that wishes to attend this event needs to register separately, even if you are in the same household and will be using the same device to access the event. 
Personal details
Meningitis details
(include details of any after-effects, these could include hearing loss, emotional changes, tiredness, memory loss, skin damage and amputations)
(include details of any after-effects, these could include hearing loss, emotional changes, tiredness, memory loss, skin damage and amputations)


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