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Everybody’s Different Game

Everybody’s Different: The Appearance Game aims to help children to understand that differences in appearance are normal and there’s more to who we are than just how we look.

We all look different. We are all different shapes, sizes, colours, and some people have differences that might seem unusual. Everybody’s Different: The Appearance Game aims to help children to understand that differences in appearance are normal and there’s more to who we are than just how we look.

Appearance Game website: https://www.appearancegame.com/

The evaluation study paper: Guest, E., Jarman, H., Sharratt, N., Williamson, H., White, P., Harcourt, D., & Slater, A. (2021). ‘Everybody’s Different: The Appearance Game’. A randomised controlled trial evaluating an appearance-related board game intervention with children aged 9–11 years. Body Image, 36, 34-44 https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1740144520304083 

An online version of the game can be accessed here.

A special thank you to Positive Exposure

We had the pleasure of meeting Rick Guidotti, Founder of Positive Exposure recently via a panel discussion run by the Moebius Syndrome Foundation. Our visions and missions were clearly aligned, with both of our organisations being committed to the ‘positive exposure’ of people with facial differences around the world. Positive Exposure promotes a more inclusive world […]

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    A special thank you to Positive Exposure

    We had the pleasure of meeting Rick Guidotti, Founder of Positive Exposure recently via a panel discussion run by the Moebius Syndrome Foundation. Our visions and missions were clearly aligned, with both of our organisations being committed to the ‘positive exposure’ of people with facial differences around the world. Positive Exposure promotes a more inclusive world […]

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