10 years old girl Ng Yee Han suffers from hearing difficulties on both of her ears. Her right side suffers from total deafness. She is lacking of RM70,000 for artificial cochlear implant surgery. Her family hopes that the generous public can lend a helping hand
Suffering from hearing problem and using hearing aid and lips reading to study. After MCO and teachers wear mask while teaching, she is unable to understand the content of teaching. After checkup, her hearing left 20%. Her right ear is totally deaf and requires artificial cochlear transplant.
10 years old Ng Yee Han who is from Klang, Selangor suffers from hearing problem when she was 2 to 3 years old. Her parents brought her for checkup and doctor confirmed that her hearing is fine. She has to be kept under monitoring.
Until she was 4 years old when teacher talked to her, she has no reaction. Her parents then brought her for checkup and she was confirmed to be suffering from hearing problems. She was then equipped with hearing aid.
Her mother, Khor Mei Chin said that after she was equipped with hearing aid, she starts to communicate with her family. Her parents also enrolled her for speech therapy.
She relies on her hearing aid and lips reading to understand teacher's teaching. But during the outbreak of covid, she lost this ability because her teachers wear mask during teaching. As a result, she was left behind in her education.
Her parents again brought her to specialist center and doctor realized that her condition had deteriorated. Doctor said that her left ear left 20-30% and her right ear is totally deaf. She needs to undergo artificial cochlear implant surgery on her right ear.
Yee Han's father, Ng Chin Boo (48) is a technician. He draws a monthly salary of RM3,000. Her mother, Khor Mei Chin (47) is a clerk and drawing a monthly salary of RM3,000. The couple has an elder son who is 18 years old. They are unable to bear the surgery expenses and came forward to seek help from One Hope Charity.
After approving the case, One Hope had decided to run a fundraising to help them to accumulate RM70,000
Family agrees to allow One Hope Charity to take charge of the fundraising and at the same time, accumulating the donations from the public. For enquiries, please contact our hotline at 016-4192192, 019-2322192, 04-5059800.
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