Supermarkets take a dim view to help autistic children

Supermarkets across Ireland are dimming lights, turning off music, reducing scanner noises and offering priority queues to make shopping easier for people with autism and other sensory issues.

SuperValu, Tesco and Marks & Spencer are organising sensory-friendly shopping hours in selected stores, while Lidl started “autism-aware quiet evenings” in its

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