Secondary schools provide all-round support for students with special needs

Muhammad Aaron Irwan uses a wheelchair and a ventilator that helps to pump oxygen when he breathes. ST PHOTO: FELINE LIM
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SINGAPORE - Muhammad Aaron Irwan, who has Ullrich congenital muscular dystrophy, was anxious about entering secondary school as he was not sure if he could adapt to a new environment or get help to move around the school.

Aaron, now 19, uses a wheelchair and a ventilator that helps to pump oxygen when he breathes.

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