Society working on greater home-based support for children with rare disorders

Cheong Chel Sie, 19, who has a rare disorder, doing art therapy in her home last Sept with art therapist Amanda Chen. PHOTO: COURTESY OF MADAM CHAN FUI LEE
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SINGAPORE - The Rare Disorders Society (Singapore) (RDSS) wants to do more to support children with conditions and their caregivers at home.

It is putting together a home-based learning programme for beneficiaries who are unable to attend school for various reasons.

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