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Ending appearance-related discrimination

Find out how people with visible differences can experience discrimination and how we are working to end it.

We won’t stop until everyone with a visible difference or disfigurement is supported & respected.

How weCan help

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If you are struggling with the emotional impact of a visible difference, call or message our Support and Information Line.

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Our Skin Camouflage Service gives people living with a visible difference a choice over their appearance.

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Read guides for adults and young people with a visible difference, as well as parents of children who look different.


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Chantel's story

I wasn’t sure my difference was visible enough for me to ‘qualify’ seeking support. Peer Group Chat taught me that I'm more than my visible difference

Read Chantel's blog