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UK supermarket Tesco chain reminds us that not every disability is visible. 1 in 6 Brits suffer from a disability that can’t been seen from the outside.

These can range from mental issues, such as autism and anxiety to issues with hearing and sight. You might not realise that these people need a bit more patience and can’t get around the shop as easily as those without disabilities. To help combat this problem, Tesco are now offering “sunflower” lanyards. Customers with a non-visible disability can  put them on, which lets staff and other customers know that they’re suffering from a condition which isn’t easy to spot. It lets other people know about their condition in a subtle way.

This Short Film From Tesco Reminds Us That Not All Disabilities Are Visible image of Tesco

This short film introduces us to some of those people. It’s really moving to hear about their personal stories. Sadly, some of these people aren’t given the patience and kindness that they deserve from other members of the general public, due to the invisibility of their disability. It’s a great video from Tesco that shines a light on a often under-discussed issue.

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