Viral video of teen with autism helping a supermarket clerk results in great news for both
A touching encounter between two young men at supermarket was captured on video and went viral this week. The story began when teenager Jack Edwards, who has autism, was fascinated by store clerk Jordan Taylor’s process of stocking the juice cooler. Taylor invited Edwards to help and the two finished the task together. Edwards was offered a part-time job and kind strangers have started to raise money to support Taylor’s dreams of becoming a teacher! TODAY’s Hoda Kotb has the Morning Boost.
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