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Florida Deputies Help Rescue Lonely Autistic Boy's Birthday Party

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An entire Florida community, including local sheriff's deputies, made a 6-year-old autistic boy's recent birthday very memorable. More Here.

February 19, 2015
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Yvonne wilkinson @ 2/23/2015 2:30 PM

Well done to all of you for coming together like you did to rescue the day :) this is a show of true empathy and compassion and it does go to show there are a lot of good human beings out there. The parents of the children that was invited ought to be ashamed of themselves, I think their behaviour or lack of behaviour is completely despicable and totally un called for. I'm almost certain that based on the fact Ashlee has mild autism and is epileptic, that they made the decision not to have their child associating with him and why, well I have no idea because Ashlee is just as human as their child. So for me, they have no excuse to have a negative attitude towards others, with flaws. I'm so pleased his mother put the status up on FB. With a bit of luck, people will receive a little knowledge and education with certain conditions that shouldn't have a "label" stigma attached. We need to keep challenging this type of negative behaviour. Happy 6th birthday Ashlee, all the way from Englandx

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