Following the growth of Daisy Chain over the last year, and a strategic move to a needs-led model of support, we’re pleased to announce that the criteria for accessing our clubs and activities have expanded.
We recognise that waiting times for diagnosis are significant, and that this has prevented people who need support from accessing services when they need it most.
A variety of our services and support can now be accessed by children, young people and adults who are diagnosed, on the pathway or have been identified by a professional as having one of the following neurodiversities: Autism, ADHD, FASD, Sensory processing differences, anxiety and social and communication differences. The Daisy Chain team specialises in strategies and approaches that are compatible with these neurodiversities.
From Sensory Sundays to Barn Club, Forest School and holiday activities, this change in criteria opens up some of our most popular clubs and activities to new families.
Our continued growth and development would not be possible without the amazing support of players of People’s Postcode Lottery, through funds awarded by Postcode Children Trust.
If you have any questions about this change, please contact the team directly: firstname.lastname@example.org