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Grocery Chain Trialing 'Quiet Hour' for Autistic Shoppers

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For individuals on the autism spectrum, the bright lights and loud sounds of a busy supermarket can cause sensory overload. In response to customer feedback, Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect) in partnership with Coles, has rolled out "Quiet Hour" in 68 supermarket stores today to make the shopping experience a little easier. http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-11-21/coles-rolls-out-quiet-hour-to-help-shoppers-with-autism/9176272
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lynnwood @ 2017.11.22 7:12 AM
Well spotted Phil!

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22 November 2017

 
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