In my previous blog
about how angry I was about hearing how people are so rude when they see children with autism acting out in public, TESCO supermarket contacted me to apologize and send their sincere concerns for what my son and wife had to go through in their store.
I did not write this blog to gain a response from TESCO, I wrote it to spread awareness of autism, and to stop the public stigma that it brings. But the supermarket has contacted me and offered to do something for my son. It is things like this that make you realize that the big chains have a heart and care about the customers.