KLIA cares for those with hidden disabilities

PETALING JAYA: While most of us treat flying as something routine, the same cannot be said of those with autism as well as other “hidden disabilities” such as ADHD (attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder) or global development delay (GDD), among others.

For children with special needs, traversing the airport and boarding a plane is an “event” that comes with change in routine, noise, unfamiliar surroundings and crowds, all of which can overwhelm the child, leading to meltdowns.

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