Heathrow passengers experience Autism in new awareness campaign

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Heathrow passengers experience Autism in new awareness campaign

Passengers at Heathrow have been given a chance to experience what it is like to deal with autism.

A specially adapted bus was parked at Terminal 4, where people could get a sense of what it was like to have a sensory overload.

The care and education organisation Outcomes First Group was behind the awareness campaign.

It also involved a flashmob at the airport.

We spoke to the autism ambassador Anna Kennedy to learn more about it.

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