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Salus goes National!

Salus Fatigue Foundation are delighted to announce the extension of our support and education services to make positive change to people affected by ME/CFS in North Yorkshire.

Drawing on our national contacts and expertise in delivering workshops, support groups, educational classes and special events, a regional Salus group will be established in York, responding to the need of local people with ME/CFS and other related chronic conditions for a support network in their area.

“I’m delighted that the vision I had ten years ago to help people in the West Midlands is now reaching as far as York.’ Said Linda Jones, CEO of the Salus Fatigue Foundation. ‘Combined with a passionate committed team with their own lived experiences of CFS, they have helped to make this happen. The National Lottery also believed in the Salus vision and have supported us through investment for 9 years. We are extremely grateful to Change Lives!”

With an inaugural launch of the new York Salus group on Thursday 20th September, the group will subsequently meet at Explore York Library, The Centre at Burnholme, Mossdale Avenue, York YO31 0HA on the third Thursday of each month.

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Small Charity Week 2018: 18th-23rd June

Small Charity Week celebrates and raises awareness of the essential work of the UK’s small charity sector who make an invaluable contribution to the lives of millions of individuals, communities and causes across the UK and the rest of the world.

As part of the current Small Charity Week, Salus Fatigue Foundation’s CEO Linda Jones met with MPs, policymakers and other charities on Wednesday 20th June at Westminster at a meeting to discuss key issues for the charity sector.

After the meeting, she commented ‘It was an honour to be invited to the meeting. It’s important for organisations like ours to be involved and engaged in discussions with MPs and other key personnel making decisions which affect Charities. Our aim at Salus is to help promote a healthy Civil Society

For more information see:

Small Charity Week website


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New Course on Toxins

Technological advances in modern life have led to many advantages but a side effect has been the increase in toxins in our environment. These toxins can trigger symptoms such as allergies, digestive disorders, mood swings, headaches amongst others.


Often we are surrounded by toxins such as hormone disruptors like BPA, processed foods filled with additives, pesticides, and preservatives, artificially produced fragrances, cosmetics full of sulphates, phthalates and parabens, and household chemical cleaning products.

Health Practitioner Kate Johnson’s brand new four-part course takes a look at the toxins you may have in your environment and how to reduce and eliminate them from your life.


The course starts Tuesday 12th June 11am-1pm at the Salus Sanctuary looking at Toxins On the Body.
To book, please email: or leave a message on 07809 246 674

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ME Awareness Month 2018

This month sees the annual commemoration of ME Awareness Day on 12th May and the ME Awareness week which this year runs from Monday 7th May to Sunday 13th May.

Since 1992, the 12th May has been designated as International Awareness Day for Chronic Immunological and Neurological Diseases. The 12th May was chosen as it is the birthday of Florence Nightingale, who is now believed to have had ME/CFS. 

To mark this, Salus will be promoting ME Awareness throughout the month of May at our events, workshops and support groups.


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New Course on Superfoods at Salus

Superfoods are nutrient dense foods which contain high amounts

of antioxidants, polyphenols, vitamins, and minerals. Eating them may reduce the risk of chronic disease, and prolong life.

Just a few examples of Superfoods include such diverse nourishments as Avocadoes, Blueberries, Kale, Black Beans, Broccoli and oats.

Join Kate Johnson for a new four-part course starting on Tuesday 8th May 11am-1pm at the Salus Sanctuary looking at which foods are considered to be Superfoods, what health benefits they offer, and how to fit them into your diet.

To book, please email: or leave a message on 07809 246 674

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Salus hits the high point at England National Lottery Conference 2018

Salus Fatigue Foundation was happy to be invited to address the 150 members of staff at this year’s England National Lottery Conference which took place on 15th March.


CEO Linda Jones’ presentation included the moving story of her own personal journey from when she first contracted M.E. through to her eventual recovery; the founding of an organisation to help others with chronic fatigue related conditions – the Salus Fatigue Foundation and how the funding received from bodies such as England National Lottery has had a significant positive impact in the communities that Salus reaches.


‘It was lovely to speak with so many members of staff after the presentation’ Linda Jones commented.


Salus received overwhelming enthusiastic and positive feedback from those who attended:


‘My seat was angled such that I could see very many of my colleague’s faces while we all listened to you… that image will stay with me alongside your words’


‘Safe to say, your talk was everyone’s high point and lasting memory from the conference’


‘Linda, just want to echo the myriad thoughts and multiple thanks of BLF colleagues – all of us appreciated your talk within Day Two of the all-England regions conference at BLF’s offices, Birmingham’


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Salus Driving Change at Camelot’s National Conference, 27th March 2018 Warwick

Salus Fatigue Foundation was honoured to be asked to give a presentation at Camelot. The event featuring an Informal interview and Q&A for Camelot’s 300 National Sales Force employees, was an opportunity to share the work the foundation does and to demonstrate to Camelot the impact of their role and how it feeds through to organisations and impacts on thousands of people’s lives.

Salus Fatigue Foundation’s CEO Linda Jones gave a talk on her personal story from the first onset of chronic fatigue to her recovery and about the work the organisation she founded does to help others to avoid suffering in the same way.

‘I was delighted to be asked to share what we do at Salus at Camelot’s National Conference’ Linda Jones stated. ‘We drive change and we change lives. We have a passionate team who provide support through various different activities to help people. Our work has had a significant and positive impact on local communities and we are very grateful for all the support and funding we receive from Camelot and the Sutton Coldfield Charitable Trust’.

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Salus unplugged with the UK Sepsis Trust

National charity organisation the UK Sepsis Trust invited Salus to take part in Sepsis Unplugged – a two-day conference featuring practical workshops and sessions held on 5th-6th February. As Sepsis often includes chronic fatigue symptoms, Salus’s CEO Linda Jones was invited to speak to health professionals from around the country about the work of the Fatigue Foundation and her own personal story of moving from ill health to recovery.

Sepsis survivors have been found to have some of the same symptoms as M.E./CFS and similarly also often find themselves left isolated with little or no support or education for recovery.

Both from the talk and at the stall, the Salus team were able to engage with health practitioners who wanted information on how to go about giving practical support people with signs of chronic fatigue.

Salus is expanding the organisation’s scope to reach out to people with chronic fatigue related conditions and sharing the organisation’s expertise, advice, support & compassion.

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Salus helping to Rebuild Futures with Meningitis Now

Due to a cross over with chronic fatigue condition symptoms in both M.E./CFS and meningitis, Salus Fatigue Foundation was invited to participate in the Meningitis Now event for adult survivors entitled Rebuilding Futures which took place on 12th March.

CEO Linda Jones gave a talk on her personal journey with M.E. and how and why she set up the Salus Fatigue Foundation.


Salus also had a stand at the event and was able after the presentation to impart the Foundation’s expertise talking to people who have had meningitis and are now suffering with similar symptoms to M.E.

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Salus Fatigue Foundation Health – JLR Health & Wellbeing Day

Following the hugely successful Just Bee Day, Salus Fatigue Foundation took part in Jaguar Land Rover’s Health and Wellbeing Day. The event, held in partnership with Sport Birmingham, the Gym, Diabetes UK and 24/7 Fitness, a Health and Wellbeing Day for staff at Jaguar Land Rover took place on Thursday 29th March was enthusiastically attended by 250 of the company’s employees.

Salus Fatigue Foundation recognises the impact and pressures that modern life has, both inside and outside work, and the importance of wellbeing in the workplace in the prevention of long-term mental health or fatigue related conditions.

We know that creating a positive healthy environment in which to work is key to productivity as well employee retention and happiness.

Salus CEO Linda Jones and Health Practitioner Kate Johnson and the new model Salus company car (we wish!).

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