Good Guy Waiter Refuses To Serve Family That Made Fun of a 5 Year Old Downs Syndrome Boy- HERO!

Rarely do we hear about guys like this, so here is some love for him and all others who have the guts to take a stand for people with special challenges. Check this story out and see what he did to protect the dignity of the little boy. Good Job!



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Categories At Risk Families, Diagnosis for Kids, For mental health workers, Labelling Kids, Notable people, Self worth, Why do we think and believe what we do?Tags, , , , , 6 Comments

6 thoughts on “Good Guy Waiter Refuses To Serve Family That Made Fun of a 5 Year Old Downs Syndrome Boy- HERO!”

  1. That is awesome! Good for him. There needs to be more people who are willing to put their foot down when situations like that occur. That made my day. I’ll say it again – good for him! 🙂


    1. Yes! Not many anymore will take a stand for others. I am very glad you enjoyed it, I especially did- having spent years working with the most severely disadvantaged people around. Someone has to speak up for them. 🙂


      1. My son is autistic and he (and I) have gotten plenty of looks and we’ve overheard many comments over the years. People are rude and speak out of ignorance. So, this type of story has a special place in my heart as well.


      2. Wow. Glad to see you make such great memories with him, and do not let others interfere with that. I have worked with the full spectrum of Autistic kids and they are some of the greatest of all!


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