Hidden Disabilities Sunflower

Queuing to get into shops during social distancing can be tough for some children

Sunflower lanyards are widely recognised as a symbol of a hidden disability and Reading Borough Council are getting in touch with local shopping centres to remind staff that a sunflower lanyard may mean that a person will have difficulty queuing. You can wear them if your child/young person doesn’t want to. You can get lanyards, pins or bracelets via the Hidden Disabilities website. There is also a clip on to say that a person is exempt from face coverings.

Read more about the Hidden Disabilities Sunflower.