Discover how Sunflower can help your child today!
In these days of fast food, fast living and quick fixes, there’s little wonder that many of our children struggle to keep up with the demands of school and life.
Indeed, as a parent, it is painful to watch your child struggle socially, behaviourally, academically or even on the sports field!
Yet understanding why they are struggling and how best to help them is often a confusing and frustrating process. Whether a child has a formal diagnosis or not, understanding the root cause, is critical to effectively addressing the problem.
Sunflower has helped hundreds of children – many with diagnosed health, behavioural or learning difficulties, others who are underachieving at school and some, who for no obvious reason, need a little extra help to achieve their potential.
Whilst we treat the child not the diagnosis, we have had many children go through the Sunflower Programme who are diagnosed with Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, ADHD, Autism, Asperger’s and the like. Other children come to see us because of low self-esteem, bad behaviour, poor concentration, anxiety or when a parent feels their child needs help but they can’t quite put their finger on it.
About the Sunflower Programme
What does the Programme involve?
Does your child need our help?
Sunflower Programme gets results
The Sunflower Programme can help your child!
The results of establishing better brain and body functioning is a reduction or elimination of negative symptoms thereby improving the ability to learn – academically, socially and emotionally.
The Sunflower Programme – An Integrated Approach
Optimisation of health and wellbeing at an early age helps resilience and resistance to adverse health outcomes. It also makes perfect sense: there is nothing more precious than your child, so why not get it right from the start?
Do these Sunflower stories resonate with you?
Here are just a handful of stories to give you a flavour of how we have helped children, young people and their families. Helping children be the best they can be is what Sunflower is good at.
Sunflower in the News
Does your child fear ‘failure’? It’s a frightening word isn’t it and one that puts a sinking feeling in our stomachs.
There are two types of stress: positive stress called eustress, which stimulates individuals to do and achieve things in life, and negative stress known as…
When we talk about children’s health and wellbeing we automatically consider exercise, nutrition and mental stimulation. However, the primary function that is vital for good…
The central difficulty for people with PDA is the way they are driven to avoid demands and expectations. This is because they have an anxiety…
The primary symptoms of depression revolve around sadness, a feeling of hopelessness and mood swings.
It’s normal for children to feel worried or anxious from time to time, such as when they’re starting school or nursery, or moving to a…
Join the hundreds of families that are putting their children through the Sunflower Programme.
I don’t believe in miracles – they just don’t happen, do they? I have witnessed something which, put in context, is as near to a miracle as I’ll ever get – and I am a Mechanical Engineer!
Help Your Child Achieve
Sunflower believes that a child who is physically and neurologically balanced feels better, achieves more, has greater self-esteem, is sociable and makes the most of their opportunities.
What greater reward is possible than to see a child to achieve his potential when all had seemed impossible.