A mother from Arp, Texas, shared a photo of three cops on social media, and it quickly went viral. The picture shows the three guys working, and the mother exposed what they were doing, and now everyone is talking about it.
The mother of an autistic boy named John, Sherry Lynn Hillard, is a fan of the popular children’s show “Blues Clues.” Sadly, when he found that he did not own a shirt such as a program host, he got very agitated and finally grew into wrath that caused Sherry to seek the support of her local police. Nothing, however, could have prepared her for the actions of the police when they arrived, which obliged her to capture and upload a photo instantly on her Facebook site.
“I had six policemen in my house last week, as meltdowns from my son were turning into fury,” she started in her viral article. “I could not miss the opportunity to express my appreciation of the empathy that these policemen showed with my son with so many negative effects on the law enforcement lately.”
She explained that the officers admitted that they knew nothing of autism when they arrived but took the incident to know what it was and what they could help them with it. They asked a lot of questions to ensure they didn’t disturb him or herself and that they learned how to manage things in the future, according to IJ Review, instead of merely coming there to soothe the child.
When they conveyed to the officers what was offended by John, the cops took the problem into their own hands and demonstrated their devotion to their communities of police officers. “After he had calmed down, the cops went to buy a blue shirt and tried to design a garment John desires using Jenn’s markers,” she remembered astonished.
That’s what this pic is, 3 officers going above and beyond to help a severely autistic teenage boy! They took the effort to try and develop a John Shirt, but failed. However, the Cutting Edge Designs saw Sherry’s posting, and the people could make John’s shirt. Fortunately, because of these officers’ kindness, an autistic youngster had the comfort of a day wearing the garment he wanted.