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Changing Faces Impact of Covid Survey

26 January 2021

Due to the Covid19 crisis, we know that many people with visible difference are self-isolating and trying to stay at home wherever possible. With another lockdown upon us and the return to work and social situations looming, many of you are feeling increasingly anxious about the current situation.

That’s why if you or a loved one has a visible difference; Changing Faces want to hear from you. Share your experiences of the current pandemic and help to improve support now and in the future for people with visible difference. Positive or negative or a mixture, it’s important to share. The survey takes only 5-10 minutes to complete and is a big help to our community.

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