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Haylie Beckett's five-year-old son, Jace, was admitted to the Dubbo Hospital, in NSW, to undergo surgery to his ears

& # 39; I will remember you forever & # 39 ;: thank you mother & # 39; angel & # 39; nurse who could calm her autistic son Jace, five years old, after having had a wild episode in the hospital

  • The mother of a boy with autism has thanked an & # 39; angel & # 39; nurse for her kindness
  • The nurse jumped in while her son had an episode and calmed him down
  • She offered textile toys and various games to relax the five-year-old
  • Mother, Haylie Beckett, said it was the first time she had understood
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The mother of a boy with autism has an & # 39; angel nurse & # 39; thanks for being gentle to her and calming her son when he had an episode in a hospital ward.

Haylie Beckett's five-year-old son, Jace, was admitted to the Dubbo Hospital, in NSW, to undergo surgery to his ears.

She said the whole experience was positive, but it was the help of & # 39; an angel dressed as a nurse & # 39; that stands out.

The nurse ran into the mother-of-one and her son while she & # 39; crocodile & # 39; tackled the floor in an attempt to subdue him in the middle of the episode.

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Haylie Beckett's five-year-old son, Jace, was admitted to the Dubbo Hospital, in NSW, to undergo surgery to his ears

Haylie Beckett's five-year-old son, Jace, was admitted to the Dubbo Hospital, in NSW, to undergo surgery to his ears

Jace, who has autism, did not respond well to the operation and had a & # 39; meltdown & # 39; when the drug went away and he could feel something abnormal, Beckett told Daily Mail Australia.

While she is used to dealing with Jace & # 39; s episodes independently, Mrs. Beckett said that the nurse's wish to help touched.

& # 39; I will never forget her or how she made me feel, or that moment. & # 39;

Mrs. Beckett said that if she could say something to care, it would be to thank her and let her know: & # 39; I will remember you forever & # 39 ;.

& # 39; This angel in a nurse's outfit came to us and only asked how we would roll across the floor if he felt, & # 39 ;, Beckett said.

The & # 39; angel nurse & # 39; (left) emptied a nearby bin, removed the liner and started throwing a game of basketball in the trash with Jace, before insisting that Mrs. Beckett take a walk
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The & # 39; angel nurse & # 39; (left) emptied a nearby bin, removed the liner and started throwing a game of basketball in the trash with Jace, before insisting that Mrs. Beckett take a walk

The & # 39; angel nurse & # 39; (left) emptied a nearby bin, removed the liner and started throwing a game of basketball in the trash with Jace, before insisting that Mrs. Beckett take a walk

She said the doctors and staff clearly went crazy & # 39; due to her son's reaction, this nurse in particular was calm, collected and offered her kindness.

When the nurse confirmed that Jace was palpable, she hurried to the children's ward and returned with a series of textured toys that he could play with.

Jace & # 39; still turned to the floor & # 39; so the nurse knelt down to be on his level and talked to him until she managed to get his attention.

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Then she emptied a nearby bin, removed the liner, and started to shoot a game of basketball into the trash can.

& # 39; He walked over to her. I was shaking, I was short of breath and very red and she just looked at me, smiled and said & # 39; & # 39; mum going for a walk & # 39; & # 39 ;, Beckett said.

He eventually calmed down completely, and Beckett credits the nurse's actions for the situation that is not escalating.

She said that while she had received the judgment and sympathy from people in the past, this was her first experience of someone who only understands and wants to help.

Mrs. Beckett said it & # 39; is taking a village & # 39; and she is grateful for all the support around her, but hopes one day to go back to the hospital with Jace and to thank the nurse who helped her personally

Mrs. Beckett said it & # 39; is taking a village & # 39; and she is grateful for all the support around her, but hopes one day to go back to the hospital with Jace and to thank the nurse who helped her personally

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Mrs. Beckett said it & # 39; is taking a village & # 39; and she is grateful for all the support around her, but hopes one day to go back to the hospital with Jace and to thank the nurse who helped her personally

Since his operation, Beckett said she has seen huge improvements in Jace.

She said his slumps are often easier to manage and getting shorter and shorter, his speech and communication have improved and he is more willing to go to school.

& # 39; Our routine is still not overcrowded, but his sleep is solid and consistent.

& # 39; Less than six months ago, Jace had only ten words. He recently started feeling pain and the weather.

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& # 39; I am overwhelmed by these results and how quickly they have emerged. He really is a blessing. & # 39;

Mrs. Beckett said it & # 39; is taking a village & # 39; and she is grateful for all the support around her, but hopes one day to go back to the hospital with Jace and thank the nurse who helped her personally.

& # 39; There are not enough words to describe my gratitude. Nothing comes close to the act of kindness we've received, & Beckett said.

Since his operation, Beckett said she has seen huge improvements in Jace

Since his operation, Beckett said she has seen huge improvements in Jace

Since his operation, Beckett said she has seen huge improvements in Jace

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