#MYStayHome: 5 ways to help autistic children cope during the MCO


Naim Rafaie (red t-shirt) is getting more and more restless cooped up at home and his mother Feilina says that no amount of explaining can make him understand what is actually happening in the country at the moment. — Filepic

It is the first week of the country’s movement control order (MCO) and the government continues to emphasise the importance of staying home.

It’s hard for some Malaysians to be confined in their homes but it’s been even more challenging for families with special needs members.

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