Supporting people affected by Addison's and adrenal insufficiency - together, we're stronger.

Addison's SOS - Sanctuary of Support

Addison's SOS - Sanctuary of Support for people with Adrenal Insufficiency. Here when you feel lost, concerned, puzzled or poorly.


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Information for Healthcare Professionals

Our charity has developed a range of clinical guidance publications in collaboration with our Clinical Advisory Panel (CAP) to inform and advise healthcare professionals.


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Our bi-annual members' magazine is packed with news and information to live well with Addison's Disease.


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Our impact - We surveyed people with Addison's


people responded to our ADSHG 2022 Impact Survey - what they told us


respondents secured the right care for Adrenal crisis by using our Addison's resources 


words used most by respondents to describe our impact on them in 2022:
informative, reliable, supportive, reassuring

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Latest news

  • Happy Addison's Disease Day 2024!

    Happy Addison’s Disease Day! Read on to find out how you can raise awareness and celebrate the incredible Addison’s disease and adrenal insufficiency community. Read more

  • Behind the Research: Implementation of perioperative guidelines & steroid emergency card

    Congratulations Louise Breen on receiving the Annette Louise Seal Memorial Award! Louise shares more about her work as an Advanced Endocrine Nurse Practitioner & first Chair Elect of the Society for Endocrinology Nurse Committee Read more

  • Behind the Research: U-RHYTHM

    Dr Thomas Upton updates us on the development of U-RHYTHM, a wearable device to measure hormones, including cortisol levels, in the body over the full 24 hours, following the release of their clinical trial study, Read more

Latest events

  • 40th Anniversary Addison's Roadshow

    Please join our Addison's Roadshow to celebrate 40 years of the ADSHG! Anyone affected by Addison's disease or adrenal insufficiency, and those that support them, can come along. Read more

  • ADSHG Annual General Meeting 2024

    Our AGM 2024 will be held on Saturday 20 July. We'll be welcoming members to share experiences & friendship, mark our achievements over the past 40 years, vote on charity matters & listen to a range of talks from experts in the field of adrenal insufficiency. Read more