Malaysian mum creates adaptive apparel for daughter with cerebral palsy

  • People
  • Monday, 24 May 2021

Ivanna (centre) is lucky to have Rheanna (left) and Usha as her pillars of strength. Photos: Usha Nair

Like many teenagers, Ivanna Nehanda Tara, 17, loves to dress up and take wefies with her sister, Rheanna Deandra Tara, 19.

However, changing in and out of clothing is not a simple task for Ivanna, who has cerebral palsy.

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