A kid with special needs invited me to her birthday party in her classroom, her mum came in and made a cake which she shared with everyone.
It was a rainbow cake with sprinkles, and everyone sang happy brithday to her.
I learned that she couldnt have a real birthday party at home because none of the kids at school would go to her house :-(
I think kids with learning difficulties who are mainstreamed do get the social benefits of being with others regualrly rather than in separate classes but they can also be subtly ostracised in the main classes. I know because some girls in her class would say to me we dont want to work with xxx or hang round with xxx in the library, where she is also a library monitor.
I think how sad, I always had birthday parties and friends came, but I also had times when nobody wanted to play with me, though I dont remember having a birthday where NOBODY would come. I dont think this girl was mean shes actually very lovable but she can have meltdowns easily, and thats hard for other kids to deal with I suppose.
I gave her a card and a small gift and her mum a special brownie/cookie, and I dont recall any other child at school inviting me to their birthday party! I wouldnt call this kindness 'random' though, its just being kind.