Store Dims Lights, Reduces Noise to Address Sensory Sensitivity

A manager of a grocery store in Arnprior, Ontario has made changes to lighting and noise levels to make the environment more comfortable for people with sensory issues such as autism.  This type of change is also welcome to others sensitive to bright, loud environments including those with vestibular disorders such as Meniere’s disease.  Click the following link to read CBC’s February 5, 2019 story about this store manager’s innovation:  Arnprior grocery store addresses sensory sensitivity