Daisy Chain’s new rising stars project is a performing arts participatory arts project that will specifically deliver to children and young people and their families at Daisy Chain in Norton.
Life has been traumatic for little Carly Lagus as she has a catalogue of health issues including severe epilepsy, learning difficulties, hypermobility and autism.
Finding his confidence and finding a paid job was a top result for George Farr and his mum Helen after he completed autism charity Daisy Chain’s employability course.
Declan Sowerby is full of fun, jokes and comedy – and as he reaches his milestone eighteenth birthday he and his family are exploring how he can make good use of his talents.
It was only when a family member who was also a health visitor asked first time mum Katy if she had noticed her two-year-old son did not respond to his name, that she considered something might be different.
When Becca Carter’s second daughter was diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder, Becca doesn’t mind admitting she spent some time in denial.
Daisy Chain was the first support network for Michelle and Scott Stamper when their eldest daughter Sophia set out on the pathway to an autism diagnosis.
As soon as dad Ken Kite discovered his son Rowan was autistic, Daisy Chain was his first port of call.
The Ekin family are firm Daisy Chain fans and say they don’t know what they would do without the clubs, activity days and trips.
The Dunne family only recently enjoyed their first visit to Daisy Chain after their eldest son was diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder.The Dunne family only recently enjoyed their first visit to Daisy Chain after their eldest son was diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Despite her son’s anxiety, mum Melissa Stiles was determined that he would access Daisy Chain.
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