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PETALING JAYA: As Malaysia moves on to the recovery movement control order (MCO) phase, it is still challenging for families with special needs children who are unable to go to school, or get the therapy they need.
Nasom is targetting 150 Malaysians to participate in track and field, swimming and bowling events.
WITH the Covid-19 outbreak and movement control order (MCO) in the country, financial capability of the public and corporations has suffered much.
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:
OVER 1,500 participants along with 300 families of persons with autism dashed in pink along the tracks of Metropolitan Batu Park in Kuala Lumpur.
SUNWAY Putra Mall launched its first Autsome Resource Fair as a platform to offer job opportunities, training and educational programmes for individuals with intellectual disabilities.
Health is wealth, as the saying goes. To create greater awareness of the importance of staying healthy, BIG Pharmacy held its fourth consecutive BIG Health Fair this year at the Starling mall in Petaling Jaya.
PARENTS of children with autism in Langkawi can now breathe a sigh of relief as a special school to be run by the National Autism Society of Malaysia (Nasom) will open there in December.
SUNWAY Putra Mall’s annual lantern parade gathered more than 800 participants from all walks of life.