We know that this is a challenging time for many people, we want to give you, as an adult survivor of burns, and the NHS as much help and support as possible. Whether you are a client who receives restoration services, someone planning to attend rehabilitation or someone who hasn’t been in touch with us before, this page will give you ideas on how to stay connected as well as wellbeing resources and information for dealing with burns. We will be updating the page on an ongoing basis so please do come back and check for more information over the next couple of weeks.
If you’re an adult survivor of burns and are feeling isolated or just want to talk to someone, please call or message Johanne on 0300 365 0055
for a friendly chat. Equally, if you work in an NHS burns team and need to create extra time for hands on work, please do recommend any adult survivors of burns to call us.
Johanne, is our Head of Patient Support, a trained psychotherapist and a wonderful person to feel like you’ve had a virtual cup of tea with, to talk over anything you’d find helpful.
If you send us an email on our secure form and let us know when you’d like to chat we can schedule your call in and make sure we have enough time for a proper chat.
We’re here from 9am – 5pm Monday to Friday.
We’ll get back to you the next day if you get our answerphone.
0300 365 0055
Bitesize videos to guide you through
Visit our YouTube channel for videos of yoga, fitness and emotional wellbeing put together by our practitioners who work with survivors at our Rehabilitation Centre and other services, as well as Katie Piper.
FaceIT@home https://www.changingfaces.org.uk/adviceandsupport/faceit an online resource by Changing Faces, FaceIT@home for adults in the UK with visible difference. It includes eight user-friendly sessions designed to help you learn new skills, as well as providing useful tips to feel more confident about the way you look. It is available anytime from the comfort of your own home.
Connecting with other survivors
For live, moderated forum for adult survivors every Wednesday evening from 7.30pm giving mutual support, visit the Adult Burns Support UK Forum run by Dan’s Fund for Burns
During the coronavirus period, we’ll be delivering a virtual rehabilitation service, designed with you after assessment sessions, mainly delivered through video calls and with special resources. The service will include one-to-one:
Similar elements are available to some patients who have attended the Centre as part of their aftercare.