Autistic teenager walks unassisted for first time in eight years

Autistic teenager walks unassisted for first time in eight years

Mandatory courtesy: Daniel Stein Autistic high school student Brandon Neal walks again after not being able to for almost a decade. His parents paid for rehabilitation after being given the choice between that or a new wheelchair. Special needs ...
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Lockdown restrictions reimposed in Aberdeen as coronavirus cluster grows

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