Boy With Autism Never Let Anyone Touch Him, Then He Meets His New Service Dog

Youngsters with extreme introvertedness experience a tangible over-burden that can be painful– both physically and rationally. What feels like a light touch to us, or sound like a delicate word talked, is an altogether extraordinary experience– an ordeal that can be really awful. Notwithstanding looking can be testing.

Five-year-old Kai fights the difficulties of a mental imbalance without stopping for even a minute. His mother, Shanna Neihaus, needs simply to enable her child to carry on with an agony free, upbeat life and will do everything without exception to get him there. In the video underneath, Kai meets his administration pooch out of the blue and his whole life is going to change…

The Neihaus family is an American family that lives in Japan. They traveled all the way back to the U.S. to meet Tornado, Kai’s new service dog. The family has been waiting two long years to be united with Tornado. Before this day, Kai would never willingly embrace anyone. Not even his mother. When Kai first sees Tornado, he runs over to him like they had been long-lost friends for years! He just can’t wait to give his new best friend a hug. A child who never hug anyone! Shanna wrote on Love What Matters on Facebook: “See this moment? I’ve never experienced a moment like this.

Yesterday was the first day my 5-year-old autistic son met his new autism service dog, Tornado. We are Americans that live overseas in Japan and have prepared for nearly two years to meet Tornado,” Neihaus said, according to Love What Matters. “This picture captures the face of a mother who saw her child, who she can’t hug, wash, dress, snuggle and touch freely, lay on his new service dog of his own free will, with a purposeful, unspoken attachment,” she said. “This is the face of a mom who has seen her son experience countless failed social interactions on the playground in an attempt to have a friend.”

 

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