The Way to Make Invisible Disabilities Visible

Disabled people whose symptoms are invisible find it harder to communicate their accessibility needs to the general public, so a company that supports Airlines and airports in the UK came up with the Sunflower Lanyard for those who may need extra help but that might not be so obvious by just looking at the person. These lanyards have a card with vital information on it that could help disabled people with anything they may need. Australia has yet to implement a similar idea, but some members of the community have got their own and are using them when out and about. We spoke to austistic actor and ticktoker Chloe Haynes about her experience this morning.

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