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Everyone can help to maintain social distance



Social distancing can be challenging for everyone.

The 'Please give me space' initiative is a concept developed by Hidden Disabilities Sunflower in collaboration with The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) and the UK Government's Cabinet Office.

If you find it difficult to socially distance, you can display this emblem when you go out to signal to others around you that they need to pay attention and give you space. The yellow circle with a person in the centre has two arrows pointing out either side to indicate space; 'Please give me space'.

Watch our video below to find out about 'Please give me space':



  • Business and charity sector support Please give me space
    Business and charity sector support Please give me space

    We are delighted that the UK Cabinet Office, RNIB, Business Disability Forum, Aldi UK, Visionary, Thomas Pocklington Trust, Heathrow Airport, Gatwick Airport, Age UK and the MS Society are supporting the Please give me space initiative.

    The business and charity sector are embracing Please give me space as a way to increase confidence and awareness of social distancing.

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    Back to Campus
    Maddie White, a first-year student at Bristol University and Sunflower wearer has recently tested positive for COVID-19 and is currently locked down in her halls of residence for a prolonged period of time. Having a hidden disability is hard and can be even harder in lockdown. Find out what Maddie’s up to and, more importantly, how she’s coping.
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  • RNIB Connect Radio
    RNIB Radio Connect interview

    RNIB Connect Radio's Allan Russell spoke to Gareth Davies, from RNIB, and Chantal Boyle, from Hidden Disabilities Sunflower, to talk about the wearables and how they are getting the message out there, to the public and business sector.

    You can listen to the podcast here.

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  • RNIB logo on a white background
    Listening, Thinking, Delivering - The story behind Please give me space.

    Almost as soon as the UK went into lockdown, RNIB began hearing from customers about some of the difficulties they were having. e.

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