Maddie White, a first-year student at Bristol University and Sunflower wearer has recently tested positive for COVID-19 and is currently locked down in her halls of residence for a prolonged period of time. Having a hidden disability is hard and can be even harder in lockdown.
Find out what Maddie’s up to and, more importantly, how she’s coping.
Wearing the Hidden Disabilities Sunflower discreetly indicates to people around the wearer including staff, colleagues and health professionals that they need additional support, help or a little more time. Take a minute of your time to watch our video to find out more.
If you would like to share your experience of wearing the Sunflower or would just like to discuss what the Sunflower means to you, we would love to hear from you. Email us at Sunflower Stories. and we will get in touch!
We are delighted that Pearson becomes the first airport in Canada to offer the Sunflower Lanyard Program. Pearson is focused on becoming more inclusive for passengers of all ages and abilities in order to provide a world-
Off to campus..! With students preparing to head off to university, here is a list of those that acknowledge the Sunflower. If you are a university student with a hidden disability and want to share your experience, please get in touch with us: email@example.com
Morrisons becomes the latest major UK supermarket to introduce the Sunflower Scheme to acknowledge its customers who have a hidden disability and may need some extra time, care or patience whilst shopping.