If you or a loved one have had sepsis, join us at one of our sepsis support groups. They are relaxed informal meetings and work on a model of peer support. This involves people drawing on shared personal experience to provide knowledge, social interaction, emotional assistance and practical help to each other, in a way that is mutually beneficial.
In light of COVID-19 we have been working to find a suitable replacement for our face to face sepsis support groups. An online platform called Zoom provides us with an opportunity to connect people affected by sepsis remotely and regardless of location or physical ability. If you don’t know what Zoom is or how to use it, don’t worry, there is lots of useful information on their website. Including how to join a meeting here.
If you would like to join one of our virtual groups could you, please fill in this online form so we can organise the groups most effectively.
The current situation has enforced a temporary suspension of all our face to face support groups. We will however reschedule our groups as soon as official guidance allows.
Below is a list of our previously established groups and their location.
Oxfordshire and Berkshire
South East Essex
Coventry and Warwickshire
North Cheshire and Merseyside
North Lincolnshire & Goole
Our forum can be a useful way to connect with others that have been affected by sepsis.
Facebook groups can be a useful way to connect with others that have been affected by sepsis.
(We do not moderate these pages, with the exception of the UK Sepsis Trust’s own Facebook page, so we are unable to accept any responsibility for their content.)
The official group of the UK Sepsis Trust includes news and information. You can also message the Trust and ask questions and request support.
A closed group for sepsis survivors, with members from all around the world.
A closed group for those who have been bereaved by sepsis.
A closed group for those affected by sepsis.
A closed group for those affected by sepsis, in Northern Ireland.
A closed group for those affected by COVID-19.