Grocery Store Worker Lets Teen with Autism Help Him Restock Shelves

Sid Edwards was in a Baton Rouge, Louisiana grocery store when his teenage son Jack, who has autism, noticed a worker restocking shelves. Jack watched intently and seemed to be very interested in what the worker was doing. Store worker Jordan Taylor noticed how interested Jack was in what he was doing and invited him to help restock the store shelves.

The two worked together for about 30 minutes while Jack’s father filmed the kind gesture. At one point in the video Edwards can be heard saying, "I'm watching a miracle in action."

"I never pictured all this would happen," Taylor said through tears. "I was just being me. That's it, I just wanted to help somebody else out. Enjoy something."

 
 

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