Pivot friends shirt
CLASSIC GUYS / UNISEX TEE
5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
Dark Heather is 50/50 cotton/polyester
Sport Grey is 90/10 cotton/polyester
Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
Pivot friends shirt I work at a supermarket and I let a little boy with autism sit on my lap and scan the shopping it made the little boy so happy that the parents put it on the internet and sent it to our head office it does make such a difference to someone’s life just to go that extra mile with a person who has difficulties in their lives. I worked at Tesco on checkouts before I retired and I had a few children that I let scan a few things if we were not busy. It made them feel great. Management never complained if they saw me but I always had to make sure it did not cause a queue.
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Love this Pivot friends shirt about Jay. He’s amazing. My son is 9 and has downs and he also loves to scan the shopping. I know it means we take longer and are keeping people waiting but our special kids just need that extra time and they can do it too. It makes their day. My autistic son has had this experience for years at our local Sainsbury’s. They always let him scan with the handheld scanner or pass them the items to scan. The staff is delightful with him. When he had a thing about the tannoy they used to do extra announcements just to make him happy It’s so true what the boy’s dad says, shopping is so hard. When someone makes an effort to really see your child it makes everything more manageable. Well done to all the people who make the time our kids need to access the world in their way
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This is so sweet my son has ADHD and Tourettes while paying the cashier seen my son was starting to get restless his ticks where very bad the cashier said would u like to come round and scan he was all chuffed and so was I it made my day for him as normally it’s stares and sometimes comments he gets so I love anything like this child who is different should be made to feel special not worse for something they can’t control. This is so sweet. My daughter has Down syndrome and I carry her everywhere since she’s a baby and everyone loves her wherever she goes. If I go out and leave her home everyone asks for her. She will be 18 in November and u love and enjoy every day with her. We live in Trinidad. They are beautiful children.