Changing Faces survey reveals the double challenge facing many men with visible differences, with a quarter saying they feel self-conscious or embarrassed.
Changing Faces welcomes the report’s recommendation that children and young people with skin conditions should have access to mental health support.
Richard was a much-valued member of our team, write David Clayton, Chair of Trustees and Becky Hewitt, CEO of Changing Faces.
Social media is a crucial space for people with visible differences, but many of our community are still subject to trolling and online abuse.
Read a personal tribute from David Clayton, Chair of Trustees, following the passing of his friend and founder of Changing Faces, Dr James Partridge OBE.
James was a tireless champion for people with visible differences, write David Clayton, Chair of Trustees and Becky Hewitt, CEO of Changing Faces.
The team behind Malory Towers discuss how they adapted the book, and why it’s so important to represent people with a visible difference on screen.
Changing Faces is working to consider the options for a safe service reopening, and continues to review our position and respond to restriction changes.
We publicly express our solidarity with everyone impacted by racism, and stand with all those speaking out and moving to end discrimination.
Becky Hewitt shares the latest on Changing Faces’ services, staffing, campaigning and fundraising as part of our COVID-19 response.