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About NeonDaisy

Giant-hearted bestie. Fresh thinker. Head balancer. Monday grumpster. Big issue questioner. Truth seeker. Classroom conformer. Yarn spinner. Fantasy-world conjuror. Devilish cartoonist. Razor-sharp comic. Endless giver.

​Our young people are all different, of course. At ​NeonDaisy, we want to build a joyful world where they can reach up into the sunlight, in whatever way makes them feel safe and happy.

So we  won't rest until neurodivergent Daisies:

  • Are believed

  • Know that they are enough 

  • Feel that they belong

  • Can express what they want and need to feel safe and well

​We're working on this by:

🌼 Cultivating neuro-affirmative spaces, facilitated by neurodivergent adults, where Daisies can connect honestly with others and be their true selves.

🌼 Crafting resources to inspire neurodivergent young people and transform parents and professionals into stronger allies.

🌼 Nurturing an online community of nearly 600 local families who support each other.

Our neurodiverse community is at the heart of everything we do, and no diagnosis is needed to join our tribe. We're for neurodivergent girls, gender non-conforming young people, and their parents and carers.  

NeonDaisy is a social enterprise CIC which launched in 2021. We're currently working in Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire.


Our partners   

We are also advised by a network of neurodivergent adults, and our neurodiverse community of families guides all that we do.


Our neurodiversity consultant, is Suzan Issa (BS, PGCE, Msc), creator of Raising a Wild Child. Suzan is a neurodiversity specialist, family therapist and advanced therapeutic NVR Practitioner. She has also been a SENCO and a head teacher. She’s been commissioned previously by several local authorities, including Cambridgeshire and Ealing, to train SENCOs and provide consultancy. She is also autistic with ADHD and PDA. Suzan’s ideas and philosophy run through much of our family resources here.

​About our founders
Laura Webb is an autistic mother of an autistic daughter. Having navigated growing up as an autistic female, she feels strongly about helping the next generation to find their feet (and a network of true friendships) in a confusing world. She wants them to feel confident about what a positive relationship or friendship looks and feels like, as opposed to bullying or other manipulative behaviour. With a Master's degree, she is qualified as a Learning Support Assistant with specialism in Special Educational Needs. Laura wants to encourage autistic girls to reach forward, to achieve their potential, and to follow their interests in whatever direction they feel passionate about.  

Amy Holgate is committed to telling new stories that raise awareness about autistic girls and crafting unforgettable content that helps girls, families and professionals in a hectic world. Amy is a communications and content specialist. For 20 years she's helped NHS and public sector organisations, charities and companies engage stakeholders through digital media and storytelling. 

Partner with us

We want to provide more neuro-affirmative spaces for our Daisies. If you're a provider or funder who'd like to collaborate with us, please get in touch for a chat :-)

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