Lacey Bradenburg's disabled son came home on January 3rd with a note, but when she started reading it she was nearly reduced to tears. He was given a note by unnamed parents who were offended by his behavior.
Her 11-year-old son, Ashton, suffers from intellectual disabilities, autism, a cognitive disorder and ADHD. Bradenburg wanted others to see how her disabled son was treated so she shared the letter with her Facebook friends. It quickly gained momentum as others saw the hurtful things that this person had said.
The person took issues with the toys that Ashton played with and the cartoons that he watched. It said, "while he was over here on xmas (sic) break we noticed he was playing with toys that you would expect a younger child then himself to play with as well as the cartoons he asked to watch were that of a 3-5 year old."
It goes on to say that this is a concern because "We want our child to play with toys and watch television for his age not younger or older than him."