Meet the new stay-at-home parent: Dad

Mr Kelvin Seah decided to quit last year and work from home so he could look after his two sons, Jaedon, 10, (left) and Caleb, eight.
Mr Kelvin Seah decided to quit last year and work from home so he could look after his two sons, Jaedon, 10, (left) and Caleb, eight.ST PHOTO: SHINTARO TAY

SINGAPORE - After teaching communications at a polytechnic for 12 years, 49-year-old Mr Kelvin Seah decided to quit last year and work from home so he could look after his two sons.

His wife, a 47-year-old social worker, felt it was important for one parent to be at home all the time to supervise Jaedon, 10, and Caleb - an eight-year-old who has moderate autism and global developmental delay, which means he lags behind his peers in two or more areas of development.

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