Orange juice stocking autism

6 Aug 2018 Rouse's clerk helping teen with autism in viral video gets free car, more than $100k for college Jordan Taylor was shelving bottled orange juice Sunday. " Jack and Jordan stocked the coolers as a team, Jordan encouring 

1 Aug 2018 Jack Ryan, who is on the autism spectrum, took notice of what one of. spectrum , took notice of what one of the employees was working on: stocking shelves in a fridge. At first, Edwards thought his son wanted orange juice. 7 Aug 2018 He was restocking orange juice last week when he noticed Jack Ryan Edwards watching him. Jack Ryan, who is a 17-year-old boy with autism,  Jordan Taylor, 20, was stocking orange juice at Rouse's Market in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on Sunday, as Jack Ryan Edwards, 17, and his father shopped. According to Edwards' sister, Delaney Edwards Alwosaibi, Taylor noticed Edwards, who has autism, watching him as he stocked the cooler's shelves. Jack Ryan, who has autism, was staring at the orange juice. Because of his autism, it wasn’t unusual for Jack Ryan to become fixated on different things. His father figured he wanted to buy juice.

7 Aug 2018 He was restocking orange juice last week when he noticed Jack Ryan Edwards watching him. Jack Ryan, who is a 17-year-old boy with autism, 

6 Aug 2018 Rouse's clerk helping teen with autism in viral video gets free car, more than $100k for college Jordan Taylor was shelving bottled orange juice Sunday. " Jack and Jordan stocked the coolers as a team, Jordan encouring  2 Aug 2018 Jack Ryan, who has autism, was staring at the orange juice. has since offered Jack Ryan a part-time job shadowing and stocking shelves. 31 Jul 2018 Taylor let Jack Ryan stock the cooler with orange juice for about 10 Altogether, they stocked the cooler for about a half-hour, Edwards said. 31 Jul 2018 Jack, who is on the autism spectrum, was aided by a store employee, who He thought he was just letting a kid put orange juice in a cooler, but it So as the two started stocking shelves again on Tuesday, Jordan did not  1 Aug 2018 Jack Ryan, who is on the autism spectrum, took notice of what one of. spectrum , took notice of what one of the employees was working on: stocking shelves in a fridge. At first, Edwards thought his son wanted orange juice.

3 Aug 2018 Autistic teen helps store worker stock shelves 01:08 is on the autism spectrum, took notice of what one of the employees was working on: stocking shelves in a fridge. At first, Edwards thought his son wanted orange juice.

6 Aug 2018 Rouse's clerk helping teen with autism in viral video gets free car, more than $100k for college Jordan Taylor was shelving bottled orange juice Sunday. " Jack and Jordan stocked the coolers as a team, Jordan encouring  2 Aug 2018 Jack Ryan, who has autism, was staring at the orange juice. has since offered Jack Ryan a part-time job shadowing and stocking shelves.

31 Jul 2018 Jack, who is on the autism spectrum, was aided by a store employee, who He thought he was just letting a kid put orange juice in a cooler, but it So as the two started stocking shelves again on Tuesday, Jordan did not 

Jack Ryan, who has autism, was staring at the orange juice. Because of his autism, it wasn’t unusual for Jack Ryan to become fixated on different things. His father figured he wanted to buy juice. Jack Ryan, who is a 17-year-old boy with autism, was captivated by Taylor’s work. The supermarket employee guessed that maybe the youngster wanted some orange juice. He offered up a bottle to the teen with no response – then, So when Jack noticed one of the store clerks stocking the bottles of orange juice in the refrigerated aisle, he was naturally intrigued and rushed over to pay close attention. The employee, 20-year-old Jordan Taylor, could tell Jack was captivated as he filled the cooler with more bottles. Jack Ryan, who is on the autism spectrum, took notice of what one of the employees was working on: Stocking shelves in a fridge. Edwards said Jack Ryan was mesmerized by what the store employee was doing. At first, Edwards thought his son wanted orange juice. But after getting the juice, Jack Ryan, who has autism, was staring at the orange juice. Because of his autism, it wasn’t unusual for Jack Ryan to become fixated on different things. His father figured he wanted to buy juice. Seventeen-year-old Jack Ryan Edwards has autism and was fascinated when he saw a store employee stocking the fridge with orange juice, reports CNN. The Rouses Market employee, Jordan Taylor approached Jack Ryan when he saw him staring and pointing at the orange juice bottle in awe. As Edwards and his son, Jack Ryan, 17, walked through the dairy aisle, they encountered dairy assistant Jordan Taylor, 20, who was stocking bottled orange juice. Jack Ryan became transfixed.

1 Aug 2018 Jack Ryan, who is on the autism spectrum, took notice of what one of. spectrum , took notice of what one of the employees was working on: stocking shelves in a fridge. At first, Edwards thought his son wanted orange juice.

As Edwards and his son, Jack Ryan, 17, walked through the dairy aisle, they encountered dairy assistant Jordan Taylor, 20, who was stocking bottled orange juice. Jack Ryan became transfixed. A simple act of kindness to a teen with autism made the young man's day. Louisiana Grocery Store Worker Befriends Teen With Autism, Kindly Shows Him How to Stock Shelves | Inside Edition Skip to Jack, who is on the autism spectrum, was aided by a store employee, who helped him stock shelves for over 30 minutes, encouraging him as he finished each task.

So when Jack noticed one of the store clerks stocking the bottles of orange juice in the refrigerated aisle, he was naturally intrigued and rushed over to pay close attention. The employee, 20-year-old Jordan Taylor, could tell Jack was captivated as he filled the cooler with more bottles. Jack Ryan, who is on the autism spectrum, took notice of what one of the employees was working on: Stocking shelves in a fridge. Edwards said Jack Ryan was mesmerized by what the store employee was doing. At first, Edwards thought his son wanted orange juice. But after getting the juice, Jack Ryan, who has autism, was staring at the orange juice. Because of his autism, it wasn’t unusual for Jack Ryan to become fixated on different things. His father figured he wanted to buy juice.