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The story of a young girl with cerebral palsy and an autistic brother has made international headlines.
The family of the girl, who has autism, and her siblings, who have cerebral palsies, had moved from China to Canada, where they had lived since they were teenagers.
But now the family faces a long road back to China.
The story of one little girl’s journey from China is being told in an interactive story about a young person’s journey to a better life.
On Wednesday, the family returned home, to Canada.
The Chinese consulate has given the family a special permit to come back.
But for the moment, it’s still a long way to return.
A lot of time has gone by.
The girl, a Grade 7 student, has autism.
She has cerebral palsia and has been on the autism spectrum for years.
She was diagnosed in her teens and is now in Grade 8.
She has been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders and cerebral palsys.
But the family is still struggling.
The girl and her brother are not on the autistic spectrum.
And there are no schools or jobs for them.
The two younger siblings are on the spectrum.
They are also on the same developmental level as the girl.
They are on special needs and their parents are trying to help them along.
The young girl is also autistic and has cerebral spasticity.
She can be a little bit stiff, she can get upset and cry sometimes.
She also has hyperactivity.
The other sibling is a student on special education.
His parents are still trying to find him a job and are worried about him too.
But they are also working hard to make sure the girl is well cared for.
They have been in touch with school officials.
“I want to go back to school,” the boy said in Chinese.
The mother says the girl’s life is better than her brother’s.
“We feel like a family now.
We can go back and visit them.
I feel very happy,” she said.
But this is the hardest part of the family’s journey.
The school where the girl was enrolled is in Toronto.
She is also enrolled at a school in Winnipeg.
She says she’s been told she can return home anytime.
But she’s worried she’ll miss her brother, too.
“He will be back here for me,” the girl said.
“I want him to be well.”
With files from Emily Gorman