The sunflower lanyard scheme was created to act as a discreet sign that the wearer has a hidden disability, such as autism or dementia, and requires additional assistance.
First launched at Gatwick Airport in May 2016 the sunflower lanyard scheme has now been adopted in the UK by most of the major airports, supermarkets, railway companies, and in the NHS.
Each day, many more organisations are joining the scheme including our very own Trinity Leeds.
The customer service team at Trinity Leeds, positioned on the first floor, provide free hidden disability sunflower lanyards to guests requiring additional assistance whilst visiting the centre, stores and restaurants.
Sunflower lanyards are available free of charge to customers from many businesses and organisations who have joined the scheme or for a small charge can be ordered directly online from www.hiddendisabilitiesstore.com