Have your say: Not every disability is visible

13 August 2018

Our award-winning Travel with IBD campaign* has raised awareness that Not Every Disability is Visible in the nation’s airports, train and service stations.

As the campaign comes to a close we want to hear what you have to say to help us evaluate the success and impact it's had so far.

Take the survey now

Thanks to the power of your support and thousands like you, new accessible toilet signage raising awareness that Not Every Disability is Visible has been installed in over 2,500 supermarkets, in major travel hubs like Heathrow and Gatwick airports, as well as over 150 retail outlets nationwide.  

To help us build on this success, we would like to formally evaluate the impact of the campaign to date and whether it may have helped tackle stigma and reduce the abuse felt by our supporters who need to use accessible toilets.  

Please take a few moments of your time to fill in this online survey and help us continue to campaign in the areas that matter to you.  


If you have any questions about our campaigns, then please don’t hesitate to contact our Campaigns Team on campaigns@crohnsandcolitis.org.uk  


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*The Travel with IBD stage of the campaign was developed with, and partially funded by, pharmaceutical company Takeda UK Ltd., one of Crohn’s & Colitis UK’s corporate partners.