Information on burns and scalds from the NHS.
St John Ambulance – Burns & Scalds
First Aid information and advice on what to do in the case of burns or scalds.
For 100 years, RoSPA has been quietly working behind the scenes to change both legislation and attitudes surrounding accidents. Accidents are the biggest threat to you and your family for most of your life. RoSPA has been instrumental in shaping our society for the better, preventing millions of deaths and serious injuries along the way.
Children’s Burns Trust
Tel: 07802 635590
We are a national charity dedicated to providing rehabilitation support for burned and scald injured children and their families as well as prevention and awareness campaigns for which there is little or no national funding. We make a positive difference in three ways; working with others to raise the awareness of burns and scalds including PREVENTION campaigns. Working with NHS professionals to provide direct help and funding for REHABILITATION. Giving direct financial SUPPORT to families and hospitals and providing advice on how to access burn related information
Support Service: 0300 012 0275Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Provides free help, support and information for children (and their parents) and adults who have any form of disfigurement. The aim is to build effective coping strategies and self-confidence. It also works with healthcare professionals, schools and others to promote awareness about disfigurement and its effects, as well as information and advice for employers to encourage equal opportunities in the workplace and advice for health-care professionals in developing new models of health-care. Changing Faces is now the official home of skin camouflage. The programme was established in 1975 by the Red Cross and since then it has helped tens of thousands of people to grow in confidence and independence.
The Katie Piper Foundation
Survivor Support Line: 0300 365 0055
The foundation also aims to offer non-medical advice to empower people and build up their confidence by showing them how to look and feel their best again. This would include professional lessons on camouflage makeup and hair styling as well as a mentorship program that brings burns survivors together to support each other.
Let’s Face It
Let's Face It is an organisation linking people with facial disfigurement, their families, friends and professionals with resources for recovery. You are not alone... with the fears and worries, regardless of why or how a face is disfigured. We understand for we have been 'there' and we survived! No problem is too big or too small.
Facing the World
Facing the World is a unique UK charity that exists to provide life-changing craniofacial surgery to some of the world’s most disadvantaged and vulnerable children from developing countries affected by severe facial disfigurements. Through our work we help to restore children’s hopes and aspirations, enabling them to lead more independent lives.