End the Awkward

End the Awkward is back and ready to change more attitudes around disability.

Video describing Sophie Morgan's awkward experience
Read the transcript of Sophie Morgan's awkward film.

End the Awkward

We've partnered with Channel 4 to produce a series of short films on What Not to Do.
Watch our shorts
An employee awkwardly grabbing the amputated arm of another employee - Links to All 4.
Watch our shorts
End the Awkward is coming back. Not enough people know or interact with disabled people. Because of that, when they do, they often don't know what to do. They panic, or worse, just avoid situations for fear of doing the wrong thing. Two-thirds of people feel awkward around disability. 

We want to end that. And you can help us by reading our blogs about awkward moments, submitting your own awkward story, or tweeting us about your awkward moments using #EndTheAwkward.
 
Just getting started ending the awkward? Here are some basic tips to get you started. You'll learn more as you go.
Woman with a hearing aid drinking in pub - Links to our pages on awkward in relationships.
This week we want to help you end the awkward in sex and relationships. Abandon assumptions with these tips.
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