A schoolboy with autism got his dream Asda job after staff found an adorable way to help him cope with difficult shopping trips.
Dylan Russell, seven, from Belle Vale was diagnosed with autism last year.
The weekly food shop has become an ordeal for him and his mum Michelle Finegan because Dylan has to stick to a clear routine or he can become incredibly distressed and agitated.
Staff at Asda in Huyton spotted Dylan clearing away the baskets to stop himself getting anxious and struck up a special relationship with the Childwall Primary School pupil.
Mum-of-three Michelle, 38, told the ECHO: “He loves coming shopping but he hates it at the same time.
“It started in a different Asda – he loved pushing the trolley, loading food in and going to the toy aisle but he hates it at check out because he knows he has nothing to do and he …