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KUALA TERENGGANU (Bernama): There is no doubt that the movement control order (MCO), implemented since March 18 in a bid to curb the spread of Covid-19, has impacted the daily routine of every Malaysian, more so that of autistic children.
Here are some tips how parents of children on the spectrum can help them cope with the change in their routine during the movement control order period.SEO:
These are some companies that hire people with disabilities, enabling them to contribute productively and be independent.
The returning batch are now equipped with the skills and knowledge, which will allow them to make a lasting, positive change in their chosen sectors.
KUALA NERUS: Despite being diagnosed with learning disabilities, Muhammad Syahmi Asyraff Samsul Muariff never let it stop him from scoring excellent results in the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) examination.
JOSEPH Wong has been teaching juvenile delinquents in Selangor for the past five years: first at Sekolah Integriti Kajang and then after it moved to the Puncak Alam correctional centre in Shah Alam in 2018.
GONE are the days when studies were about memorising facts and high standardised test scores meant success.
LIVINGSTON, N.J. (Reuters) - Looking out of his office window, Rabbi Zalman Grossbaum finds it hard to get work done as he watches kids enjoying the miniature town he built for them.
JOHOR BARU: The new state government is urged to work closely with Johor-based non-governmental organisations (NGOs) to ensure a better life for the people.
These friends are two of a kind, described as sweet and gentle spirits.