It was a heartbroken moment for Gordon Hartman when he saw his daughter Morgan staring at him, with a look as if saying, “Dad I don’t understand”.

Morgan was trying to make friends with other children playing in a swimming pool, but failed at making connections.

Morgan, who was 12 years old at the time, had the cognitive understanding of a five-year-old. She was also diagnosed with a form of autism.

Hartman then made the life-changing decision of building an all-inclusive theme park for his daughter and those in her shoes where they could feel comfortable and at ease.

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