Some 27% of autism sufferers want supermarkets to be more aware of their condition, a charity has found.
Data released by the charity Dimensions found:
- Nearly a third of sufferers say they wish supermarkets were more autism friendly.
- Some 32% want restaurants to be more ware.
- A further 17% feel their needs are not met when going to the leisure centre
- And 10% want shops to be better with autistic customers.
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