A 5-year-old boy, Tan Ze Hooi, from Nibong Tebal, was diagnosed with a genetic disease that led to brain atrophy. He is unable to sit independently, cannot speak, and has difficulty moving on his own. The One Hope Charity has provided him with a custom-made wheelchair to make it easier for his family to transport him and take him for medical check-ups.

At birth, Tan Ze Hooi showed no signs of abnormalities. However, when he was one year old and still couldn't turn over or crawl, his mother sensed that something was not right. She took him to the hospital for a thorough examination, which confirmed that he was suffering from a genetic disease that was causing his brain to gradually atrophy. There is no medication for this condition, and the only treatment involves regular check-ups at Penang Hospital.

Now at the age of 5, Ze Hooi cannot sit independently, cannot speak, and cannot walk. He relies on crawling within his home. His father works as a construction laborer, and his mother is a housewife. The family also has a 4-year-old daughter.

As Ze Hooi grows older, it becomes increasingly difficult for his mother to carry him. She applied to One Hope Charity for a custom-made wheelchair to assist in his care. One Hope Charity approved the request and provided the specially designed wheelchair to improve his quality of life and ease the burden on his family when they need to take him for medical check-ups.