Autism hour hopes to cut shopping stress
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Autism hour hopes to cut shopping stress

Autism is believed to affect 700,000 people in the UK.

Many find everyday situations challenging - including shopping - which can involve bright lights and screens, crowds and music.

But it's hoped this week's "autism hour" will make the experience less stressful.

BBC Breakfast's Tim Muffett visits the Trafford Centre, near Manchester, with a family testing out the experience.

  • 03 Oct 2017