Here are some of the most useful identity cards that can be popped into a sunflower lanyard:

https://www.carersinsouthampton.co.uk/national-identification-did-card

A single recognised National Identification (DID) Card for all disabled people. This new style ID card is easy and simple and just one card.

https://www.carersinsouthampton.co.uk/credable-access-card

The Access Card translates your disability / impairment into symbols which highlight the barriers you face and the reasonable adjustments you might need.

https://www.carersinsouthampton.co.uk/News/south-western-railway-rail-assistance-card-launched

A free card for anyone who may need that extra bit of help and find it difficult to ask. All of SWR's staff have been trained to recognise the card and if you show it to any member of their staff, they will help you as best they can.

https://www.carersinsouthampton.co.uk/free-just-cant-wait-toilet-card

Discrete and clear communication for when you just can’t wait to use the toilet. The card is provided by Bladder & Bowel Community Support (B&BC) a UK wide service providing information and support services for anyone affected by bladder and bowel continence problems. There is also a FREE app for your mobile phone with a map to find your nearest toilet.

https://www.carersinsouthampton.co.uk/brain-injury-identity-card

The Headway Brain Injury Identity Card is designed to help police officers and staff more easily identify brain injury survivors and ensure that they receive an appropriate response and support.

https://www.carersinsouthampton.co.uk/first-safe-journey-scheme
Cards to carry showing assistance or communication passenger needs

https://www.autism.org.uk/products/resources/alert-cards.aspx

Cards that say ‘I am autistic’