Salus Fatigue Foundation is a not for profit organisation providing a unique lifeline for people, their families and friends affected by Fatigue.
A world in which every person affected by Fatigue has access to positive support and the opportunity to participate in all aspects of life. Salus aims to promote and protect the good health of people who live with fatigue and related conditions, through advice, workshops, support and The Fatigue Wellbeing Hub.
Using our experiences of developing and delivering long-term support, education and advice to people affected by this very misunderstood and silent condition, our services provide a life changing experience. A life changed can mean a whole family and community helped.
From our work we know the devastating impact that Fatigue can have on peoples’ lives, both physically and psychologically. We listen, learn and act on the things that matter to people. Our beneficiaries have been equipped and engaged through access to support and education to continually grow their confidence to face challenges and future opportunities.
Over the years the delivery of our work has been shaped by the needs of our beneficiaries having a direct involvement in developing all the activities that we provide, in order to give them access to our specialised support programme.
The Fatigue Wellbeing Hub has been designed to extend the accessibility of the knowledge and expertise here at Salus. We understand that it is not only people who have been diagnosed with CFS/ME that suffer from fatigue and the related symptoms. At Salus we have worked with clients with a range of primary conditions including
- Anxiety & Depression
- Brain Injury
- Post Traumatic
You can benefit from the Salus Programme, wherever you are in the world and whatever stage you are at in your recovery, through our online Fatigue Wellbeing Hub and through joining our Closed Facebook Group. We are governed by a Board of Trustees appointed on the basis of their skills and experience. They bring a range of knowledge and understanding to follow and fulfil our objectives and outcomes.
Salus Fatigue Foundation helps to improve people’s lives affected by Fatigue through taking positive steps together.
Salus’ services are provided by qualified health practitioners which are delivered under The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) guidelines, a Department of Health sponsored body, whose aim is to develop quality standards to help prevent ill health and promote healthier lifestyles. Salus does not provide, advocate or promote the use of services that claim to provide a cure, or imply they provide medically approved relief, from symptoms experienced through CFS/ME and fatigue related conditions.
Our Five Step approach:
Our relaxed, positive and calming approach to understanding your needs helps you
realise that you are not alone. Making contact with Salus is the first step to improving your health.
Our expert team and qualified Health Practitioners understand fatigue and connect with you. We help you understand your condition and its symptoms to make a positive difference.
Our welcoming online support sessions and group activities provide you with the
opportunity to share with others who have a similar condition. Friends and families are very welcome.
Our online education sessions gives you the knowledge and understanding to self-manage your condition and improve your health, such as Nutrition,Sleep, Pacing, Pain,Stress management.
Our private Facebook page allows you to interact with others on a similar journey
to gain positive support, education and encouragement on a friendly and safe platform.