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Resources for members

As a member, you receive a range of benefits including direct support from fellow members via the online forum and through local meetings as well as the quarterly ADSHG newsletter, A number of these including the ADSHG newsletters, online forum, Living well website articles and ADSHG NewsAlert emails are directly accessed from the website here.





ADSHG Newsletter and back issues


The ADSHG newsletters and a great way to get the latest updates on Addison's research, treatment and daily management, with additional news from the ADSHG and stories from our members. Each edition of the newsletter brings you a quarterly update on the Group's activities, what we are doing to support you, along with the in depth articles on the latest medical advice for managing Addison's disease and personal stories from ADSHG members about their experiences, read them here...



Living well section contents


Within the group there is vast array of information, experience and knowledge is shared in the newsletter, on the forum and at face to face meetings. The member-only articles within the living well section helps pool this experience and knowledge in order that all members of the group can gain a deeper practical and personal understanding of Addison's.



Online forum


Our online forum is a vibrant community of ADSHG members offering mutual support and help. It is a key membership benefit of the ADSHG, providing subscribing members with the opportunity to share experiences, ask questions, make new friends and discuss the practicalities of living with Addison's. The forum can be accessed here...




Lectures & social meetings


ADSHG social meetings are run by local group members around the UK and Ireland. They take place in either local community halls or private homes, and follow an open agenda, with the opportunity to meet and talk with others over tea, coffee and cake. Where possible, an endocrine nurse from a nearby hospital joins the meeting to lead injection practice and answer questions. All social meetings are listed in the members' meetings calendar and the type and range of meetings is described here



ADSHG NewsAlert email and back issues


To help ADSHG members keep up-to-date with new information and late breaking news, we send out regular NewsAlert emails to our members, past editions of which are accessible here...




Addison's Disease Self-Help Group

PO Box 1083



United Kingdom