Welcome to the
home page of
Let's Face It,
the international support network for people with facial
disfigurement, their families, friends and
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
friendship on a one to one basis
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
continuing education to medical, nursing, allied health
professionals concerning the lifelong needs of people
with facial disfigurement.
with facial disfigurement, their families, friends and
professionals with resources for recovery.
Let's Face It
is a registered charity no. 1043461
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.
Piff is the founder of
Let's Face It;
she suffered a facial cancer in 1977 resulting in the
loss of half her face, including the left eye.
Christine founded the network in 1984 having experienced
the loneliness and despair that living with a 'changed'
Let's Face It
produces a regularly published newsletter which is sent
to all members of the network. It contains updates
on current medical approaches and advances from doctors
and technicians, news from the regions, reports of
meetings, anecdotes and items from individual members,
recipes and tips and much more... Subscription prices
are available on request, contact us for more details.
We do not pass
on any personal details to other organisations..
information about you is covered by the Data Protection
Act 1998 and will be kept in confidence in accordance
with the 1998 Act.