A rural Alberta family is grateful for a Christmas gift that has been made available to a child with autism.
The gift was given to a girl in the town of Kincardine, Alberta, on Friday by her father, who has autism.
Her family is thrilled the gift was made available and they hope it will bring joy to the family.
The girl’s father, Jeremy Kincarne, says he received the gift from his son in a letter.
“It was a really, really nice Christmas present,” Kincachne said.
She wants to be around us and she wants to enjoy the holidays and we think she’s very bright,” he said.”
We just really wanted to let her know that this is just as important as any other Christmas present, that it’s something she can have.”
“She wants to be around us and she wants to enjoy the holidays and we think she’s very bright,” he said.
Jeremy Kincachens son, Brandon Kincaule, said his wife, Michelle, has a special connection to the girl, and they’re happy the gift has made it to her.
“We’re really happy for her.
She’s been living with autism for a number of years now,” said Kincle.”
This is something that’s meant the world to her, and we just want to make sure she has a really nice gift to enjoy.”
Brandon Kinclear said his daughter was diagnosed with autism at a young age and he and his wife took their son and his family out for Christmas.
“I love her so much,” said Brandon K. “I’ve been a huge fan since I could talk.
The Kincas are in the process of giving the gift to their daughter. “
When I see her in the Christmas time she’s just such a joy.”
The Kincas are in the process of giving the gift to their daughter.
The Kincases said the gifts will be shipped out next week and will arrive in the mail next week.
With files from The Canadian Press