Why is it called a sunflower lanyard? It takes its name from its appearance – a simple green ribbon, decorated with sunflowers. The design was chosen because it was ‘subtle but visible,’ according to the Hidden Disabilities website. ‘We created a simple sunflower design on a green background for a lanyard – a subtle but visible sign to enable airport staff to identify that the wearer (or someone with them) may require some extra help, time, or assistance when moving through the airport,’ the website states. ‘The success of the Hidden Disabilities Sunflower and the positive response it has received has increased awareness of the challenges adults and children with hidden disabilities can face. Hidden Disabilities Sunflower wearers now benefit more widely from help being offered to make their daily living a little easier.
Post time: Nov-18-2020