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Tesco Dec 3
1 in 6 people in the UK have a hidden disability. That’s why Sunflower Lanyards are now available in all Tesco stores 🌻 Pick one up at our Customer Service desk. All our colleagues will be trained to help those with hidden disabilities.
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Hidden Disabilities Aug 25
Hi Everyone we had a really successful page for our on Facebook with over 25000 likes, sadly Facebook unpublished it so it's gone forever ☹️we've created a new page here so please pop along and give it a like 🌻😀
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David Horne 2 Apr 19
Proud to be wearing a new from today, as part of our commitment at LNER to try to make rail travel as easy as possible for customers with hidden disabilities.
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bikerwise Jan 4
Well done . No seat reservations on our train home from York. Member of staff saw husband's sunflower lanyard and led us through to seats in First Class. Beautifully done.
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BartsAbility Nov 18
I was out shopping in with my son who is Type 1 Diabetic and has a toilet card. He asked a member of staff to use the toilet and he was given the Sunflower Lanyard
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London North Eastern Railway 1 Apr 19
To mark LNER are getting on board with the 🌻 Designed to help customers with a range of hidden disabilities – including autism, dementia & visual impairment. For more information on how to claim, drop us a line or email customers@lner.co.uk
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Pippa Nov 7
“... we mustn’t forget every invisibly ill person’s favourite social encounter in the theatre environment: daring to use the accessible toilet.” NEW for : discussing the rollout of the scheme in theatres across the UK 🌻🎭
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HalsBooks Jan 14
Having autism can make communicating difficult. The sunflower lanyard alerts supermarket staff that the person may need extra assistance or extra time. This one we got from M&S, but they are also available from Tesco too.
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Headway BlackpoolW&F Apr 3
Such a great idea: Passengers who have a hidden condition or disability (brain injury) can now use a sunflower lanyard to show staff they may need additional assistance during their journey
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EmJay Oct 3
Thanks for my ! Shout out to the employee who realised I was having an meltdown in the crowd and helped me escape through another barrier, then directed me to the info point to get this for future! Fantastic service!
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Hidden Disabilities Feb 16
Following a number of requests, we have introduced a free Hidden Disabilities Sunflower wearer's badge to add to your email signature for when you feel that you need to use it!
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Ronnie Pinder Dec 3
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Joanne Fillingham Aug 17
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Karen Tulloch Dec 13
The difference a lanyard makes! Thank you, Gatwick Airport staff - your understanding of autism & your skill & consideration are hugely appreciated & made our journey so smooth&stress free.May you all have the same kindness shown to you
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Zoe Andrews🌻 Feb 17
Our big man is off again to sunny Yorkshire.
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Sherren Scott May 2
given to 6 young adults from New City College to support their life skills travel experience today, they travelled from poplar to kings cross and back on DLR & Tube. Thanks for helping to raise awareness of hidden disabilities.
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Debs Oct 21
Good morning all just a quick visit from me for now. Off down south again today so feeling rather anxious but I'm sure I will be fine. Needing people to be kind to me today thank you for those who are anyway. Have a wonderful day all today
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jon adams Mar 3
I use these & am I feel very uncomfortable about wearing one with any advertising on the landyard itself I feel these should be brand non-sectarian they are about us & not the spaces & places we use them in So it’s a no - sorry - from me
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Cheese! Feb 13
Got our from today, great idea to help make people aware of hidden disabilities. My wee one has quite a severe visual impairment but gets about seemingly without issue but we see her walking into folk and things. Anyway, spread the word and awareness.
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Phil Bradshaw Oct 9
Jack loving his new Sunflower Lanyard representing hidden disabilities... ❤️ X Great work by & 👏🏼
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