ALS Ice Bucket Challenge takes nauseous twist
September 9, 2014 - als
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — This summer a ALS Ice Bucket Challenge went viral and now a nauseous side of an ice bucket plea is swelling on amicable media.
“I can’t even demeanour during it,” pronounced Leslie Weed, a primogenitor of an autistic child and owner of The HEAL Foundation, that stands for Healing Every Autistic Life.
“There is an blast of bullying among infirm children,” she said.
It happened in Bay Village, Ohio. A 15-year-old autistic child who was lured into holding a ice bucket plea got a bucket full of urine, feces and separate dumped on him.
” (It is) unequivocally disturbing,” pronounced Weed. “This immature male didn’t even tell his mom she detected it on his cellphone.”
Weed pronounced what relatives and advocates for a infirm have come to comprehend is, dire events like this have long-term effects.
“Their nap patterns are disturbed, their stress levels unequivocally rise, their function tend to get worse and worse,” she said.
The snub on amicable media is shrill and clear.
Drew Carey tweeted he’s charity $10,000 to locate a culprits, a vouch followed by pledges from Jenny McCarthy and father Donnie Wahlberg.
Montel Williams pronounced he too will support a effort. Donations have reached $30,000 and rising.
“I was so happy to see that,” pronounced Weed.
She pronounced there’s an boost in bullying complaints among infirm children ages 6-to-15 since of their vulnerability.
“This is not usually autism, it is Down’s syndrome, all of this race are vulnerable,” she said.
For a family of a teen it is not usually humiliating, it is a crime.
Weed pronounced anyone who sees a infirm child being mistreated should pronounce up.
“If we see this function go to their defense, move it to someone’s attention,” she said.
Advocates for a infirm are anticipating that this vicious occurrence will send a summary shrill and transparent that bullying is not tolerated during any level.