A mother of a child with autism is upset after a message of hate was posted on her motor vehicle in Utah.
Kyler Livingston is a 5-year-old that loves superheroes.
"All of a sudden he started playing with action figures,” his mother Eliese Livingston said.
But taking care of the bright-eyed little boy requires his parents to tap into some super powers of their own.
"Autism is definitely challenge,” Eliese Livingston said.
Coupled with 3 additional disorders, Kyler Livingston is left with limited communication skills.
"I have no idea what he was saying and he doesn't know what I'm saying,” Eliese Livingston said.
Eliese Livingston said she placed stickers on her car that helps to notifiy other of her non-verbal son.
"And that's why we have them in case of an emergency,” Eliese Livingston said.
This week, she said she discovered someone else had a message of their own.
("It's just appalling, all of it....Undisciplined, spoiled, and entitled, or whatever they were trying to say,” Eliese Livingston said.
Seeing these stickers fueled a different kind of super power in this protective mother.
"He will struggle for his entire life and these people want to make fun of it,” Eliese Livingston said.
Eliese Livingston said she has been marching around her neighborhood, trying to find the person behind the messages. However, her search has been unsuccessful, so far.
"If they have a problem they can come talk to me,” Eliese Livingston said.
Eliese Livingston said she just wants to raise awareness about autism and hopes to educate others about how "super" people such as Kyler are.
"He's definitely a blessing,” Eliese Livingston said.
Livingston filed a police report for vandalism, saying she hopes nothing like that ever happens again.
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