Original article from Kent Live
Morrisons has been praised by customers for its inclusive weekend shopping rules.
The retailer has introduced 'Quieter Hours' on Saturday and Sunday mornings to improve the shopping experience for those with additional sensory needs.
The rules were highlighted in light of World Autism Awareness Week with many shoppers praising the scheme, reports MEN.
Posting on Facebook, Morrisons wrote: "This week is World Autism Awareness Week.
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"At Morrisons, we continue to support our customers with Quieter Hours, where we make the store environment quieter and calmer for customers with additional sensory needs, like autism.
"This is by dimming the lights, turning off the music, stopping announcements on the tannoy, reducing the movement of stock cages and turning off noisy machines.
The post quickly gained traction with shoppers, and many praised the retailer for making time for those with autism.
"Brilliant well done," said one person.
Another wrote: "Good move."
"This is good to see for children, teens, and adults with ASD," commented a third.