Last published 8 July 2020
Lockdown is helpful for infection control, but not for Eating Disorders; they thrive in isolation. CEO, Andrew Radford and Director of Services, Caroline Price, of BEAT, the UK’s Eating Disorders charity, share how a combination of agility and innovation helped them respond to the still increasing demand for support, whilst funding was less certain.
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