Trailblazers Body Image Survey
07 January 2019
Trailblazers - a network of over 700 young disabled people and their supporters (which is part of Muscular Dystrophy UK) - are running a survey about body image. By ‘body image’, they mean how young, disabled people feel about the way they look and how this affects confidence, self-esteem and mental wellbeing.
They want to hear from those who have poor body image so that they can think about what can be done to change this. They also want to hear from those who have a good body image so that they can share your positive tips and advice with other young disabled people who may not feel as good about themselves.
You can find out more about the campaign, here.
Completing the survey should take about 5 – 7 minutes.