CEO Update for February

It has been another busy month here at Daisy Chain and work is well underway preparing for our Autism Education Trust Conference in April.Read more

CEO Update for January

Happy New Year from everyone at Daisy Chain. This year marks 15 years that Daisy Chain has been supporting families affected by autism in the Tees Valley.Read more

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) - we need your yes!

Due to the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), we need a "yes" from you to continue to update you with all the exciting news and events here at Daisy Chain...Read more

CEO December Update

As the year comes to an end we find ourselves celebrating our achievements over the past 12 months as well as reflecting on what the next 12 months may have in store.Read more

#AntlersforAutism - what's it all about?

Throughout December, we’d love you to show your support to Daisy Chain by wearing your #AntlersforAutism to raise awareness of autism on social media...Read more

CEO November Update

With November drawing to a close I allow myself to start to turn my attention to Christmas, which Daisy Chain seems to do with some enthusiasm!Read more

CEO September Update

Busy times ahead – more work to ensure families receive a diagnosis of autism as quickly as possible.Read more

Stuart's visit to Parliament

Our CEO recounts his visit to Parliament at the beginning of September with newly elected MP for Stockton South, Dr Paul Williams to debate the lengthy waiting time for autism diagnosis...Read more

Thank you from our CEO

A big thank you to all of our supporters, every single penny raised for Daisy Chain makes a massive difference to our ability to help local families and without your support we wouldn’t be able to do the amazing work that we do.Read more

An update from our CEO

As the summer moves on and the heat wave gives way to the British summertime, life at Daisy Chain continues to be busy.....Read more

Finding common ground…and meeting skinny pigs

CEO of Seamab, a residential school in Scotland for children with multiple and complex needs, visits Daisy Chain.Read more

Request for Feedback

My name is Jennifer Hewitt, the new Head of Services and Learning here at Daisy Chain, and we want to hear your feedback about our support and services that we offer...Read more