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

Information for patients

We provide a range of advice &information to people affected by Addison's Disease. Check out our resources here.


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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 charity relies upon the selfless support of donors and fundraisers to provide much-needed help to people affected by Addison's Disease. Can you help us fundraise?



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Latest news

  • An update on our websites

    We launched our new website, earlier this year. Since then you’ve been sharing your thoughts and ideas about how we can improve it. Read more

  • Paramedic Training for Adrenal Crisis Management

    Our aim with this project is to reach as many paramedics and ambulance crews as possible, all over the country, with a seminar focusing on adrenal crisis and emergency management of Addison’s. Read more

  • Living With Addison's Disease

    Our new, ground-breaking, Top 75 best-selling book which marries evidence-based clinical best practice with the practical day-to-day hints & tips for living well with Addison's Disease. Read more

Latest events

  • Great North Run - run for Addison's Disease

    Runners, join us on a 13.1 mile journey from Newcastle's city centre to the coast in South Shields; all live on the BBC in support of Addison's Disease Self-Help Group. Read more

  • Mellor, Lancashire - Members' Social

    Helen will be hosting another of her popular socials in Mellor. Read more

  • Nottingham - Members' Social

    Gill and Tony would like to invite fellow Addisonians to a Social at their home in Nottingham. Read more