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Health & FitMom thanks Disney World’s Snow White for embracing son with autism: ‘My heart is full’

00:35  30 august  2019
00:35  30 august  2019 Source:   yahoo.com

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Snow White could tell he was special needs and immediately began to soothe him by hugging and cuddling him and letting him lay his head in her lap. She then took him away from the crowd while he calmed down. “She went above and beyond! She took so much time with him. She was a pure angel!

Until he met Snow White . Jack Jack (who was officially diagnosed with autism two weeks after the family returned from their trip) immediately cuddled up to the actress playing When the Coleys return to Disney World in November, Amanda wants to find Snow White (or at least the particular actress

Snow White sprinkled her magic on a boy with autism at Disney World, and his mom will never forget the moment.

Mom thanks Disney World’s Snow White for embracing son with autism: ‘My heart is full’© Provided by Oath Inc. A crying boy with autism was comforted by Snow White at Walt Disney World. (Photo: Courtesy of Lauren Bergner)

Lauren Bergner and her husband just ended a 10-day trip to Disney World in Orlando, Fla., with their three sons, Billy, 14, Jake, 9, and Brody, 6, who has autism and is non-verbal. Although the New Jersey family used the theme park’s disability access to move quickly through lines at Epcot on Sunday, exhaustion hit Brody while waiting to meet Snow White and he burst into tears.

“When it was our turn, Brody looked at Snow White and suddenly put his head in her lap,” Bergner tells Yahoo Lifestyle. “She kissed his head and said, ‘Let’s go for a walk.’”

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Jack "Jack Jack" Coley has autism and is non-verbal. Jack Jack' s mother, Amanda Coley, posted the touching video to YouTube. It was love at first sight for a 2-year-old boy when he met Disney Princess Snow White during a trip to Walt Disney World .

Disney World ’ s Snow White soothes an autistic boy | Miami Herald. A New Jersey mother told her story of how a Walt Disney World Snow White actress went “above and beyond” when her autistic son had a “meltdown” waiting That ’s when Snow White leaped into action. “She took so much time with him. She was a pure angel! “ My heart is full ,” Bergner said. “We will never forget this moment.”

The mom paused — Brody tends to run away, so she was unsure of whether or not to supervise. “I decided to let them go and she starts dancing with him,” Bergner tells Yahoo Lifestyle. “My husband and I were crying.”

Snow White took her time with Brody, despite a long line of fans. Many visitors clapped and took photos of the obvious connection between the boy and princess.

Bergner wrote about her son’s new friendship with the princess on Facebook. “I am so emotional with these pictures!! Brody was having a meltdown. It was our turn to take pictures with her and he wanted nothing to do with it! Snow White could tell Brody had special needs! She took him for a walk and got him time away from the crowd!! This is true magic!”

She also sent an email to Disney World writing, “Snow White was amazing with him ... she went above and beyond!! She took so much time with him. She was a pure angel! She was magical and my family is forever thankful and touched!”

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This is my 2 year old - Jack Jack. He was having nothing to do with any of the characters on our Disney vacation in November. You see, he has autism and is

" Snow White was amazing with him!! She kissed, hugged and cuddled him," Bergner went on. She' s since reached out to Disney and her Facebook network for help in finding Snow White ' s contact information in order to share her family' s touching story. Read Bergner' s full post above.

The mom asked for the opportunity to personally thank Snow White. “I am thankful these moments were captured,” she wrote. “My heart is full.”

On Wednesday night, the family returned to the Caribbean Beach Disney Hotel from a day of activities, and found a framed and autographed photo of Snow White and Brody. The hotel manager also gave Brody a Snow White pin.

Bergner says watching the photos at Disney World makes her son smile. “She treated him like a typical kid,” she tells Yahoo Lifestyle. “She showed him love, compassion, and kindness. She was magical.”

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