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Thursday, 29 October 2020


Kevin & Emily Lau

Edmund Lau was born with two holes in his heart, a right club foot, slightly defectiveleft foot, and a crooked middle finger on each hand. He had cerebral palsy and suffered fungal growth in his heart at 2 1/2 years old due to fever. He was given powerful drugs with harmful side effects that affected his brain, eyes, ears and liver. He spent almost 2 1/2 years at University Hospital with a body temperature of 38 degrees Celsius constantly. After his heart operation, he was diagnosed with nephritic syndrome due to long term paracetamol intake and was in ICU for a month. He also had scoliosis and needed to put braces for his spine and legs. He looked like a robot but praise God for the gift of his cheerful spirit. He was operated for his clubfoot and started to walk independently at 7. Being an A.D.H.D. child as well, he was late in starting in early intervention program and went for special classes until he was 12. He joined Kairos last year and has improved tremendously in his academics even though he has lapsed for 5 months due to an operation for his hip joint displacement and chicken pox.

Thanks for the effort, patience, love and prayers from Kairos' staff. Edmund is happy and enjoys learning in the centre now. Praise the Lord.

Kevin & Emily Lau (2006)

Philip & Helen Quah

Charles was diagnosed with dyslexia at 7. He managed to struggle through his primary education in a Chinese school but had low self-esteem which affected his social skills.

I read about home-school from the newspapers and decided that it would be a good option for him. He began to study different subjects according to his own pace and the contents are good and interesting, which stimulated his interest to know more. Since joining Kairos in 2006, we are thankful that he is very happy and confident now. When asked "Why?", he replied, "I've many friends" In Kairos, he also got to do daily Bible rading and reflections, which helps his thinking and behaviour. He is also more disciplined now and has improved in his social skills, especially in not using unkind words on others.

We really thank God, Pastors Rudy and Ruby and the staff of Kairos for their good work in guiding the children. In short, Kairos provides holistic education where academic, social, spiritual and good moral values are nurtured.

Philip & Helen Quah (2006)

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