A place to shop . . .
During the month of October the Kingfisher Shopping Centre, Redditch joined the Hidden Disabilities Sunflower. Whether you’re just popping in to pick something up, planning a shopping spree, or getting together with friends or family, you’ll find the perfect solution in Kingfisher stores and restaurants. And now you can be confident that you'll receive the support you need when wearing the Sunflower.
A place to learn . . .
TEENS+, an Edinburgh-based, full time, transitional education project for young adults aged 17 to their 20s, with complex and severe communication needs, such as autism, who have left school and are entering adulthood, now supports the Sunflower. Find out more about the service they provide here.
A place to visit . . .
Stockholm Skavsta airport has become the first airport in Sweden to join the Hidden Disabilities Sunflower network. Operated by VINCI Airports, Stockholm Skavsta will support people with invisible disabilities as they journey through the airport if they chose to wear the Sunflower.
“Following the footsteps of other airports in the VINCI Airports network, like Gatwick, is a proof of our strong commitment towards inclusion and airports accessibility for all. At VINCI Airports, we want our customers to have the best possible travel experience, and we are proud that Stockholm Skavsta becomes the first airport in Sweden to participate in this scheme. We believe that with the Sunflower scheme we will create a positive travel experience for people with hidden disabilities.” said Stockholm Skavsta Chief Executive Office, Cedric Fechter.
The Sunflower scheme at Stockholm Skavsta Airport is sponsored by CAPERO Medical AB, who is the distributor of premium stoma care products in Sweden. Capero decided to support by purchasing Sunflower lanyards for World Ostomy Day on 2 October.