VIRAL VIDEO: Teen with autism helps store worker stock shelves

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The family of an autistic man is grateful for the kindness of a young grocery store worker. It’s a story that’s gone viral on social media. 

Jack Ryan was with his grandfather on a trip to Rouse’s grocery store in Baton Rouge on Monday, when he became interested in stocking the shelves. 

Jordan, who works at Rouse’s welcomed the help and patiently allowed Jack to place items in the refrigerator section, guiding him and encouraging him every step of the way. 

The family is now thinking of a big way to thank Jordan for his patience and kindness. 

The family of Jack Ryan has set up a GoFundMe account for Jordan, the Rouse’s employee who showed great kindness to their son. 

They hope to raise funds to pay for Jordan’s college tuition. 

So far the community has donated $2,000. https://www.gofundme.com/send-jordan-from-rouses-to-school

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