ICUsteps was established in the United Kingdom in 2005 and became a registered charity in 2006. Run by former intensive care patients and relatives we aim to improve the care and support available to patients recovering from critical illness during their long recovery. Critical care may save our lives, but we need support and rehabilitation to give those lives back to us.

Our aims are to:

  • support patients and relatives affected by critical illness,
  • promote recognition of the physical and psychological consequences of critical illness through education of the medical profession and the general public, and
  • encourage research into treatment and the prevention of these issues.

Our work supports those who have been affected by critical illness and have helped countless former patients, their relatives and medical staff from organisations around the world and in 2017 were presented with the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service.

Contact Info: Mo Peskett, Chair and Co-founder, +44 300 3020 121, [email protected]

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Supporting patients and relatives in ICU and beyond
Supporting professionals to help patients recover, not just survive











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