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5 May 2020 The current Coronavirus situation is unprecedented. It is causing a huge change in society, creating uncertainty, anxiety, and disruption to normal lives and normal routines. For people with an eating disorder, this disruption may bring about extra challenges that may be difficult to deal with on top of everything else. Quite often, living with an eating disorder already brings fear and panic, and the current situation has the potential to intensify this. The CAPS Eating Disorder collective advocacy group, Seen But Not Heard, have put together some information on their experience of living in these extraordinary times, and addressed some concerns that people living with an eating disorder may have.

Download Covid-19 – Eating Disorder Experiences CAPS 2020



31 March 2020: Have you been involved with any of our Collective Advocacy groups in the last 12 months? We’d love to hear about your experiences. This will help us demonstrate the importance of collective advocacy. It will also help us improve what we do.

There are 8 questions to answer – just click on the survey monkey link or use the QR code to access the survey. You can also email if you have any questions.

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