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5 ways to create a neurodiverse store

Quiet hours, sensory relief tools and more ways to support your customers. Image: Bigstock
It is essential that retailers know how to cater for all customers. As medical and societal knowledge of neurodiversity expands, the retail industry must react and adapt accordingly. The term ‘neurodiversity’ includes ADHD, dyslexia, Tourette’s syndrome, Alzheimer’s disease and other neurological differences. At Quinine Design, we are experts in retail design and strategy, not neurodiversity. But we are actively learning, and have identified several key strategies businesses should adopt