Common causes of facial disfigurement include automobile accidents, burns, cancer and birth defects. Regardless of why a face is disfigured, the pain and distress caused to the person concerned and the disturbing effect on their family are incalculable...
The aims of the organisation are:
To offer friendship on a one to one basis
To link families, friends and professionals
To assist people with facial disfigurement to share their experiences, struggles and hopes
To help them build the courage to face life again
To provide continuing education to medical, nursing, allied health professionals concerning the lifelong needs of people with facial disfigurement.
Linking people with facial disfigurement, their families, friends and professionals with resources for recovery.