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The full-time caregiver said: "He would fidget and make noises. We are always prepared to leave if it does not work out."
She and three other students, Khwong Zhi Ying, 22, Chloe Ng, 23, and Ernest Wong, 22, began sharing their experiences and thoughts about inclusivity, and they realised that there was a gap in the special needs space.
SINGAPORE: Commuters with long-term medical conditions that prevent them from standing for prolonged periods will soon be able to use an identifier to help them get a seat on buses and trains here.
The ‘May I have a Seat, please?’ initiative in Singapore originally started out using stickers when it began in October 2019.