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Our vision is to help bring an end to the torture and suffering associated with trying to live with an eating disorder.
EDA (N.I.) exists to provide support, information and understanding to people with eating disorders as well as their families and friends. We endeavour to ensure that those affected with an eating disorder know that they are not alone and that support and a non-judgemental, empathetic listening ear are always available. We recognise that the ignorance commonly associated with this group of illnesses is a great barrier to recovery. We endeavour to promote awareness amongst all sections of the community, amongst decision makers, politicians, civil servants, the voluntary sector and the general public ... Read more
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While eating disorders are traditionally seen as illnesses that most commonly affect teenage girls, it must be remembered that eating disorders can and do affect anyone irrespective of age, gender, sexual orientation, race or ethnicity. It is also important to know that not everyone will have the same signs, symptoms and experiences.
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EDA representative Sian spoke with Bodywhys staff about our experiences of supporting people with eating disorders during Covid-19.
EDA is here to support you through the pandemic
The Eating Disorders Association (EDA) has issued an urgent call to the Minister for Health
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