Changing Faces supports children, young people, and adults who have a visible difference or disfigurement. A visible difference is a a scar, a mark, or a condition on a person's face or body that makes them look different. Types of visible difference include:
- Cleft Left Lip and/or Palate
- Craniofacial Conditions
- Ear Conditions
- Eye Conditions
- Facial Swelling
- Hair Loss
- Inherited Conditions from Birth
- Limb Difference
- Paralysis / Neurological Conditions
- Skin Conditions
Changing Faces provides unique and life-changing wellbeing services or people with visible differences. These include:
Changing Faces also campaigns to challenge attitudes, prejudice, and discrimination so that people with visible differences can lead the lives they choose.
Changing Faces is a registered charity (no. 1011222).