Chronic Illness Inclusion
People with chronic illness have the right to live in a world where they are welcome and supported to be present.
I Already Have A Job
New research from the Chronic Illness Inclusion project on energy limiting chronic illness and work.
Energy Impairment and Social Care
There are many people with energy limiting impairments and chronic illness who are either not getting social care or are getting inappropriate care.
Energy Impairment Easy Read
This is the Easy Read version of the Energy Impairment and Disability Inclusion report produced by the Chronic Illness Inclusion Project.
I Feel Forgotten
The Chronic Illness Inclusion Project's submission to the Women and Equalities Committee inquiry into the impact of coronavirus on people with protected characteristics.
Energy Impairment and Disability Inclusion
This ground-breaking report outlines the barriers facing people with chronic illness and explores the concept of energy impairment.
Stories of Our Lives
Catherine Hale has edited five stories describing the reality of living with and managing a life with severe energy impairment.
Reclaiming ‘Chronic Illness’
An exploration of the meaning of the term ‘chronic illness’ and the relationship between people with chronic illness and the disability movement.
In the Expectation of Recovery
George Faulkner's report outlines how misleading medical research has been used to support disability cuts and other changes to the welfare state.