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Boy with cerebral palsy wants to attend kindergarten – New Straits Times

Thursday, 24 February, 2022

Boy with cerebral palsy wants to attend kindergarten – New Straits Times

A five-year-old boy named Milo, who was diagnosed with cerebral palsy making him unable to stand nor walk, requires aid to sustain his medical needs and education amounting to RM45,000. - Pic courtesy of Malaysian Association for The Welfare of Mentally Challenged Children (IQ70Plus).

 
A five-year-old boy named Milo, who was diagnosed with cerebral palsy making him unable to stand nor walk, requires aid to sustain his medical needs and education amounting to RM45,000.
He comes from a broken family and was entrusted to the care of his aunt who can no longer look after the boy as well.
Fortunately, Milo was taken in by the Malaysian Association for The Welfare of Mentally Challenged Children (IQ70Plus) that cared for his daily needs.
Read more at: https://www.nst.com.my/news/nation/2022/02/773894/boy-cerebral-palsy-wants-attend-kindergarten

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