Bereavement

The death of someone close from meningitis or meningococcal septicaemia can be traumatic, distressing and painful. You may have lots of questions about what has happened and what to expect in the weeks and months ahead.

Bereavement
We can help you 

Although we can’t change what has happened we can support you and those closest to you during the difficult and painful times. We can make you a priority, we have no waiting lists and we can support you as individuals, families, adults, children and young people. Take a look at the support we offer.

Meningitis Helpline

Our helpline staff can listen to your concerns, answer your questions and talk through the ways we may be able to help you.

Call them now on 0808 80 10 388 or email: info@meningitisnow.org

Our Founder, Steve Dayman, lost his son Spencer to meningitis in 1982. He’s available anytime on the phone and can visit you at home.

Call Steve on 07903 412144 or email him at steved@meningitisnow.org