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An autistic boy is surprisingly calm due to its heart-warming theme-park employee

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A mother has told a heart-warming story of compassion, after her son had been a break-in in Universal Studios.

Lenore Koppelman, her son, Ralph, on his very first trip to Universal Studios in Orlando, florida. Ralph, who is autistic, was the most excited to ride The Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man ride at Universal’s Islands of Adventure. After waiting all day in order to drive Things, patiently waiting for his family to move to the stage.

His mother described his reaction on Facebook, saying, “you should have seen the SMILE on his face. It was an incredible feeling.” Unfortunately, the ride broke down just as they were then. “When it was almost our turn to board the ship, and he could see that the end is in sight, and the vehicle in front of us, we got the news that the ride had broken down. Everyone was very nice, asked to exit. And the two Men been lost. (Wouldn’t you?). My husband and I know the signs. We will be able to see it coming like an oncoming train. And yet, we were not able to dodge out of the way. There was no place else to go. An autistic meltdown was going to happen. And that’s what is happening.”

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If anyone was trying to get close to the stage, Ralph’s mom said he collapsed and started hyperventilating and struggling to breathe. At this point, a Universal Studios employee, and what she did next shocked Koppelman.

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“(Jen) sat on the floor with him,” the post says. “She rested next to him as he cried his heart out, and it helped him to breathe again. She said it so quietly, and as he screamed and sobbed and she gently kept encouraging him to let it all out. They told the people to go on and on, so they would have to stop and stare. And when she told him that it was okay for him to grieve and to feel the same way. She didn’t understand it. They would feel the same way too. His feelings have been validated. And they told him he could lay with her for as long as he wanted until he was feeling better and better.”

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When Things finally calmed down, Jen has allegedly told him that he could have something from the gift shop. As they apparently told him that he could not, for the value of up to $50, all of the Things asked for in a Spider-Man notebook, and a small ID tag. He just smiled and thanked him, Just to his mother’s surprise.

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