A selection of current and upcoming events, activities and projects or studies you may be able to participate in can be found here. If you know of an event, activity or project for adult burn survivors that you think should be included here, please contact us at email@example.com
Sylvia Mac, a burn survivor, is now running monthly supported swimming sessions on the first Saturday of every month for people with burns and other visible differences in London. For more details, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Opportunity for Scar and Burns Camouflage Treatment
17th October 2017
Finishing Touches Group (FTG)
FTG provides training in semi-permanent makeup, microneedling and medical tattooing. They run a cosmetic and medical tattooing clinic from their head office in Haywards Heath offering an extensive model programme. If you are willing to receive treatment from a trainee at their clinic, they have appointments available for scar and burns camouflage, free of charge.
Find out more: FTG Model Appointments or Tel: 01444 414 744
Self-help Booklet – University of Sheffield, Department of Psychology – available until November 17, 2017.
Do you experience a loss of confidence in social situations due to a visible difference in appearance? Take part in a new study being conducted by the University of Sheffield, which aims to improve social confidence in individuals with a visible difference in appearance who experience appearance-related anxiety. If you are currently receiving Psychotherapy, you will not be able to take part. For more information, click here
Online questionnaire for Parents of Burn-Injured Children – available until November 30, 2017 University of the West of England, Bristol and the Centre for Appearance Reaseach are interested in the views of parents of burn-injured children regarding peer support – particularly online support. More information can be found here