Michelle, Mark, Jacob and Oliver Blackburn
Daisy Chain was Apple support specialist iStation’s first business contract so when they needed an extra pair of hands, there was only one place to look.
When Kerrie and Karl’s two-year-old son Kai was diagnosed with autism, they were shell-shocked to receive the news as it came just as their second child Kayden was due to be born.
Seven-year-old Harry Thompson calls Daisy Chain his second home he so loves attending after-school club, activity days and holiday trips.
Dianne Williams has been involved with Daisy Chain from its early beginnings and she readily admits that before that she was in a “black hole”.
There’s no doubt mum Kelly Tearney has her hands full with three children under six and two of them on the autistic spectrum.
Kim Sayers will never forget the moment she knew something had changed in her grandson Bailey.
When Gillian’s son James was diagnosed as being on the autistic spectrum at four-years-old, she admits it was a relief.
The road to an autism diagnosis and to Daisy Chain has been a very rocky one for Emma, husband Vladimir and their 8-year-old son Hector.
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