Aspergillosis Weekly Support Meeting

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Aspergillosis Patient and Carers Meeting

Here at the National Aspergillosis Centre, we understand how difficult it is living with a rare disease. Add in a global pandemic, increased social isolation and the fear of contracting Covid-19, and you have a perfect recipe for anxiety, stress and loneliness.

That is one reason why every Tuesday at 2pm, Thursday at 10am and on ad-hoc Wednesday evenings (as advertised) (UTC) we run virtual support meetings via Zoom. They are free, closed-captioned and everyone is welcome. It is a fantastic opportunity to chat with other patients, carers and NAC staff.

Peer support is an invaluable tool when you are diagnosed with a rare disease like aspergillosis. It can help you realise you are not alone and provides an understanding environment to express feelings and concerns. Many patients attend our meetings who have been living with the disease for a long time, and they often share their experiences and personal tips for living with aspergillosis.

Why not come along and join us via the link below:

The passcode is 784131.

If you aren’t familiar with Zoom, the video below will guide you through the process.



Want to know more about what aspergillosis is? Click here for more information.