Does your child need Sunflower's support?
If you are a concerned parent, give the friendly team at Sunflower a call to chat through your concerns. If Sunflower can't support your child, they may signpost another professional who they believe can.
The aim of the Sunflower Programme is help a child connect with the marvellous inherent abilities that they each have. By ensuring the foundations of good health and wellbeing, children are happier and more creative, expressive and confident. In short, we help them thrive!
May children have been brought to Sunflower by concerned parents because their performance does not match their level of intelligence and the parents cannot quite put their finger on what is wrong. If you’re worried about your child and would like to know if the Sunflower Programme might help, review the questions we have listed below with your son or daughter in mind. If you answer ‘yes’ to two or three of these questions, your child will probably benefit from seeing a Sunflower Practitioner.
Have you noticed any of the following in your child?
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Any member of staff at the Sunflower Trust is always delighted to speak to anyone wanting more information about the Sunflower Programme and is happy to have an informal chat about how it can help you and your child. Should you feel that you may need financial help, please click here to see the charity’s assisted funding criteria. Alternatively, mention this when speaking to any of Sunflower’s staff.
Sunflower has helped him to believe in himself and has given him the confidence to think that anything is possible – and thanks to Sunflower, it is!