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Focus on Survivors

Focus on Survivors.


Focus on Survivors survey

How much support is there for adults who have survived  sexual abuse in childhood?  How good is that support?

The Jimmy Savile case, the on-going Government Inquiry and recent news about abuse in residential homes has highlighted that there are many adults today who have survived child sex abuse.  

While these issues have a very high profile in the media, the focus has been on identifying and prosecuting abusers – and not on the needs of people who have survived abuse.

In the UK, there is very little research about what help there is for these individuals.  Our new research focuses on survivors and aims to produce new evidence about the services and support available to adults who have experienced childhood sexual abuse.

Our questionnaire should take just 10 minutes of your time.

The survey is completely anonymous.  You will not be identified in any way.

You will not be asked details about your abuse.

We would really appreciate your help.


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