Building independence in the autistic


Learning curve: Around 100 autistic youths have so far benefited from the skills training programmes by Selangor Dredging as part of its CSR efforts. — GLENN GUAN/The Star

They say a mother’s love for her children knows no limit.

When Teh Lip Kim, 53, learnt that her eldest son Ming was autistic, she hoped that he would be able to overcome the challenges that it posed.

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