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Mum of autistic boy moved by Morrisons worker's incredible act of kindness

Nov 18, 2021

Mum of autistic boy moved by Morrisons worker's incredible act of kindness 'It gave me a bit of faith in humanity again' Sign up to the MyTameside newsletter here to keep abreast of what's happening in your neighbourhood Invalid EmailSomething went wrong, please try again later. Subscribe We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice The mother of an autistic boy has thanked a Morrisons worker for restoring her faith in humanity. Jade Stretton visited the store in Denton with her five-year-old son Remy on Wednesday (November 17). She went for a drive after Remy, who has autism, had a “meltdown” at home. The tot, who was born extremely prematurely, is obsessed with any type of balloon. Because of this, mum Jade says she can’t drive past the Morrisons store on Saxton Street without buying him one. She went into the supermarket and asked a worker at the kiosk if she could fill a balloon with helium. The staff member recognised her and asked if she had a young son who she shopped with regularly. When Jade said yes, the female worker handed her the balloon and refused payment. The staff member paid for the balloon herself as a gift for Remy. The youngster has autism (Image: Jade Stretton) Speaking to the Manchester Evening News , Jade, who lives in Denton, said: “It gave me a bit of faith in humanity again. “I thought it was a lovely thing to do. “She did it out of the goodness of her heart. “I was happy all night. It put me in a better place. I was feeling so stressed with the children having meltdowns. “Sometimes the littlest things are such a massive thing to someone else. Remy loves balloons (Image: Jade Stretton) “She had no reason to do it, he wasn’t there distressed or crying.” Single mum Jade says Remy went to bed with his red heart balloon that evening and placed it under his blanket so it wouldn’t fly away. And while mornings with the tot can be difficult, the following day his mum described him as “a little joy”. She continued: “Normally as soon as we get him with a balloon, he lets it go into the sky and bites his hands. “Last night, he took it to bed with him all night and put it under a blanket so it wouldn’t float which was very strange for him. “It made me feel overwhelmed; it was a joyous feeling.”

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