42 years old Ang Pau Seng was a chef. A tragic accident had taken away his motor function and causing him to be paralysed. He can only move his eyes but is unable to speak.
Ang Pau Seng's wife passed away 2 years ago due to Covid-19 and she is survived by 3 intelligent children. The 3 children is taken care by their aunt. However, Ang Pau Seng's elderly father is forced to continue working to earn a living as his son is paralysed. Hence, they came forward to seek help from One Hope Charity.
[As his family member is not capable to discharge him, he is forced to be warded in hospital for 3 months. He required ventilator previously and now, he requires phlegm suction pump and special care for his bed sore.]
Ang Pau Seng who is from Simpang Ampat was involved in a tragic accident in November last year. His head was badly injured and was admitted into the hospital with help from by-passers. He had a concussion and a blood clot in his brain. After 3 months of medication, his condition improved but he requires a ventilator to breathe. Fortunately, he regains consciousness but is bedridden.
Ang Pau Seng was a chef previously in KL. He supposed to return to KL to work but he did not return home to take his luggage. His family felt weird and called him but was then notified that he is in hospital.
Ang Pau Seng is now bedridden and is unable to speak. Although he doesn't require a ventilator, he still needs to rely on adult diapers and urinary catheter. He needs to be fed with special formulated milk 3 hourly through his nasogastric tube. He requires care from nurses & caretaker to clean his bedsore daily.
His father is currently working as a hall rental clerk and drawing a salary of RM1000 monthly.
Ang Pau Seng has 3 children who are 18 years old, 15 years old, and 12 years old respectively, They are currently under the guardian of their aunt. Each month, they receive aid from the welfare department.
Ang Pau Seng requires a caretaker, specially formulated milk powder, and wound dressing. After his family consulted PERKESO, they got to know that he is not qualified to obtain relief.
One Hope Charity had decided to accumulate an amount of RM50,000 to assist Ang Pau Seng. His family agrees to allow One Hope Charity to take charge of the fundraising.
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