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    Kaleidoscopic UK – supporting children and adults who have been exposed to domestic abuse.

  • The circles of women around us weave invisible nets of love that carry us when we are weak and sing with us when we are strong.

    – Sark –
  • If someone treats you badly, just remember that there is something wrong with them, not you. Normal people don’t go around destroying other human beings.

    – Lessons Taught by Life –

Welcome to Kaleidoscopic UK

Kaleidoscopic UK is changing patterns to find our colours again from domestic abuse.

‘Survivors’ we believe to be those currently experiencing or having experienced domestic abuse in any form as you have to survive daily, in it or out of it.

Kaleidoscopic uk is about changing patterns and finding our colours again after domestic abuse. It may change us BUT it does NOT define us.

Let us help you find your colours.

You’re Among FRIENDS

We provide independent, confidential and free on-going survivor-led support groups. Available to anyone who has experienced any form of domestic abuse.

Enhancing education and awareness through the eyes of survivors.

Providing training for any service or individual supporting survivors.

Domestic Abuse

DOMESTIC ABUSE

We support children and adults who have been exposed to Domestic Abuse through survivor led, threshold free support services.

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Training

TRAINING with Kaleidoscopic

Our aim is to raise awareness of and help the prevention of domestic abuse in all its forms.

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Survivor

SURVIVORS

For anyone who is currently experiencing, or has experienced, any form of domestic abuse.

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Support Us

SUPPORT US

We need your help and support. Please help us in any way you can.

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SURVIVOR

Kaleidoscopic UK believe and use the term SURVIVOR for ANYONE who is experiencing, or has experienced, domestic abuse in ANY form.

KALEIDOSCOPIC

dictionary definition – adjective; changing form, pattern and colour.

This is why we chose the name as we CAN change our patterns, and find our colours after abuse; “abuse may change us but it DOESN’T define us”

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