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Hidden Disabilities: sunflower lanyards

The Sunflower is there for someone to choose to indicate that they have an invisible disability. This video shares just a few examples of the importance of wearing the Sunflower. Please feel free to share this to help increase awareness of what it means to wear the Sunflower. The Sunflower shop can be found here: https://bit.ly/2Hn4AnY


Face coverings and the Hidden Disabilities Sunflower

A message from the Hidden Disabilities Sunflower Scheme: “On 11 January – as coronavirus cases continue to rise and England is in a third lockdown – the UK Government said it was getting tougher on face mask enforcement in supermarkets after infections and deaths across the country reached “crisis point.” On Tuesday 12 January, the big four supermarkets confirmed they would all be adopting a policy of refusing entry to non-mask wearers.“ “We are extremely shocked, saddened and disappointed with…


The Inclusive Transport Strategy: achieving equal access for disabled people

The government’s plans to make our transport system more inclusive and better for disabled people. Transport is at the heart of how we live our lives. It helps us get to work, stay in touch with friends and family, contribute to society and access vital services like healthcare and education. Easy access to transport is central to building a stronger, fairer economy. While many take for granted the ability to travel easily from A to B, this is not the…

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