Jacqueline Laurita is holding a mount for those with autism — including her 8-year-old son, Nicholas.
The Real Housewives of New Jersey alum claimed in a array of dual Instagram posts common Sunday that her immature son was “kicked out” of their internal open library since he was creation noises, including “non contextual vocals tapping.”
“So..Nicholas got kicked out of one of his favorite spots(our PUBLIC library)this week. we theory non contextual vocals drumming 2ce on a DVD’s are frowned upon. He had a meltdown as we struggled to get him to leave,” wrote Laurita, 47.
Laurita claimed that, “not one chairman offering or attempted to help, or even non-stop a doorway for us. They only watched me onslaught to get him out… as asked. 😔”
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“My heart harm so bad for a both of us after we got him out of there. The day before he had such a good knowledge there. we wish everybody accepted #Autism,” she wrote. “Time to go behind and teach them! Time for inclusion. #autismawareness #autismawarenessmonth #ChrisAndJacFightBack.”
The initial video posted on Instagram shows Nicholas pulling out plastic-encased DVDs and drumming them twice before putting them behind on a shelf. In a second video, Nicholas sits on a belligerent and creates noises while looking during a DVDs.
The purported occurrence came during a commencement of April, that happens to be Autism Awareness Month.
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At about 18 months old, Nicholas began regressing with his debate and engine skills, afterwards refusing to answer to his name or notice people enter a room. “We had no thought what was going on,” Laurita told PEOPLE exclusively in 2012.
After an painful wait to see mixed doctors, a Lauritas got a diagnosis: Nicholas is autistic. “I worry about him being eccentric when he’s older,” Jacqueline admitted. “I spend all my time researching what we can do for him.”
Speaking with PEOPLE in 2016, Laurita pronounced “there’s still a lot that needs to be done,” when it comes to assisting her son. “But he’s creation progress. He’s brought so most fun to a family.”
Laurita, who shares Nicholas, as good son CJ, 15, with father Chris Laurita, 48, pronounced Nicholas has taught a family so much.
“He’s brought us unequivocally tighten together in a lot of ways, too,” she said. “It’s an engaging journey, and we adore a tour that we’re on. I’ve met so many good people by it. I’ve only schooled a lot.”
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