C'mon Get Happy: Kindness Pays Off For EVERYONE Involved! #Autism


This is such a great story. Jack Ryan is a 17 year old who has Autism. He is not completely comfortable in public. Dad took him to Rouse's grocery store, in Baton Rouge. Jack Ryan started very attentively watching a young man named Jordan, who was restocking orange juice. Dad, at first, thought Jack Ryan wanted some orange juice--but Jordan, who worked at Rouse's, realized Jack Ryan wanted to help him restock the orange juice. He very patiently showed Jack Ryan how to do it, and spent about 30 minutes 'working' with Jack Ryan and encouraging him as he succeeded at the task. When you listen to the video, you will hear the amazement coming from Dad, who calls the interaction a miracle. 

When Dad asked Jordan where he went to school, the young man said he had graduated high school two  years ago, but had not yet been able to afford to go to college. When Jack Ryan's sister and family saw this whole interaction, they set up a GoFundMe page for Jordan, to pay for his college. So far, more than $90,000 has been raised!!

The kindness Jordan showed to Jack Ryan--when he totally did not have to--has been rewarded by the world. 


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