The Government's first phase COVID-19 vaccination priority groups ensure that the elderly, healthcare workers and the vulnerable are at the front of the queue. But what about those with a Hidden Disability?
People with hidden disabilities could experience significant challenges during the COVID-19 vaccination process. These challenges could range from anxiety, an inability to process and retain information, issues caused by visual and hearing impairments; through to not being able to stand for long periods of time or having limited access to toilet facilities.
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-
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.
Halifax have launched the Hidden Disabilities Sunflower! If you need a little extra support or just a little more time, wear the Sunflower when you deal with Halifax, confident that their staff will offer the assistance you may want or need.
We are delighted that Lloyds Bank has launched the Hidden Disabilities Sunflower! If you have hidden disabilities and choose to wear the Sunflower when you deal with Lloyds Bank, you will be supported to do so in your own way.
We are delighted that Ben Houchen - Tees Valley Mayor has signed Teesside International Airport up to the Hidden Disabilities Sunflower to support passengers with hidden disabilities.
We are delighted that Festival Place is a member of the Hidden Disabilities Sunflower as part of their commitment to making their Basingstoke shopping centre accessible to everyone.