I was a shy and quiet boy hiding in my grandmother’s lap. I had a curvature of the spine and I was developmentally behind. For a long time, I didn’t have any friends.
Everyone went to school, but I stayed home. And then I got the opportunity to go to special education at the center. There I learned to make friends and I was encouraged to talk. Slowly I overcame my fears and learned to eat healthy food. At home I used to eat porridge only, which caused malnutrition. My health was improving and thanks to physiotherapy I was getting stronger and stronger. In fact, I got so strong, I could handle corrective surgery on my back. Thanks to that surgery, my respiration improved and the talking became a little easier. In the end, it went so well that I could go to the regular primary school. I now have friends I play with at home and at school. My grandmother is super proud, she never thought I could do all this.
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Can you help Sajib to continue his school.