How Sainsbury's worker Amanda Bodham made mum's day after calming down son by stacking shelves
The mum of a four-year-old boy with special needs has thanked a shop assistant today for helping her after the little boy had an "absolute meltdown".
Heather Jackson had to take son Oliver to the Sainsbury's Local in Hall Road with older son Aidan after school on Friday afternoon.
Upset by a change in their normal routine, Oliver, who is currently being assessed for autism, experienced sensory overload and struggled with his environment.
However, shop assistant Amanda Bodham helped calm Oliver down and he ended up stacking shelves happily alongside her.
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