When these parents discovered that their kid suffers from illness that will affect their collaborations with others, it’s difficult to imagine what kind of life they’re going to have. The parents learn to restyle their schedules and needs to fit those of the kid’s, with the expectation that life will be less demanding for him or her. Regularly, individuals outside this kid’s family may not consider his or her needs similarly.
Tricia Klein is a mother of three children and she discovered, there are a couple of kind souls who are thoughtful of her kid’s needs. Tricia’s child, Timothy, was determined to have nonverbal autism when he was 2 years old. Since that day, she has helped her child some assistance with overcoming the day by day challenges he confronts. Though he fights with communicating with others, he adores many numbers of the same things other 7 year old children enjoy: he likes to swim, play soccer and watch YouTube videos. Yet, it isn’t uncommon that his mother has had to decline his invitations to parties because of his condition.
And one day, a note from a mom whose child was in Timothy’s class changed that.
Look down to see what that mother said that moved Tricia to tears!
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Tricia’s child, Timothy, was determined to have nonverbal autism. This makes it hard for him to communicate with others, particularly in large groups.
And one of the moms, whose child goes to school with Timothy, chose to send Tricia a note with the invitation.
She wrote: “Carter sat next to Timothy at school and he always speaks about him. We really hope that he can come. We are renting a bounce castle that we can fix a little bounce slide at the bottom. We’ll have water guns and water balloons. Perhaps Timothy can come earlier in the day before the entire class. I believe we can make it work.”
The final phrase “we can make it work” moved Tricia to tears.