Not Every Disability Is Visible

Our award-winning campaign, Not Every Disability is Visible has been challenging public perceptions since 2016. We’ve been calling on venues to install our Not Every Disability is Visible accessible toilet signs, and on employers to provide people with invisible disabilities better support in the workplace.

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People with invisible disabilities need better support in the workplace.

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Campaign history

The availability of toilets is vital to the wellbeing and quality of life for people with Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis. We believe that everyone living with Crohn’s and Colitis should have access to publicly available toilets, free of charge and without fear of public prejudice and discrimination. Access to toilets is essential to people with Crohn’s, Colitis, and other hidden disabilities accessing education, work, and social activities. This is a matter of personal and public health, equality, and social inclusion. Read more


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Helpline service


We know it can be difficult to live with, or support someone living with these conditions. But you’re not alone. We provide up-to-date, evidence-based information and can support you to live well with Crohn’s or Colitis.

Our helpline team can help by:

  • Providing information about Crohn’s and Colitis.

  • Listening and talking through your situation.

  • Helping you to find support from others in the Crohn’s and Colitis community.

  • Signposting you to specialist organisations.

Please be aware we’re not medically or legally trained. We cannot provide detailed financial or benefits advice or specialist emotional support.

Please contact us via telephone, email or LiveChat - 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday (except English bank holidays).

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If you need specific medical advice about your condition, your GP or IBD team will be best placed to help.

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