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Help Krishna Sai to fight against Autism

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This is to inform you all that my sister’s friend Mrs. Pratharathi, a single parent, a divorcee, raising her 4-year-old son with autism, is in need of financial support. Though she is a lower middle-class graduate, she couldn’t go for a job on a daily basis because of her autistic son Sai. The kid needs his mom 24/7 to take care of him. So she lost her job three years ago and she didn’t know how to carry on anymore. Her husband divorced her after knowing that his kid is a mentally challenged one, which she couldn’t able to tolerate. There is nobody to help and support her; even her siblings and their families left her as soon as they came to know that her son is autistic and she is in need of money. Raising an autistic kid as a single parent is not that easy, as we all know. Many don’t realize how much pressure single parents face to keeps their heads above water. Sai needs a special attention in a special school, for which Pratharathi can’t afford. It is too hard for her to spend even for her son’s daily living. She can’t even pay the hospital bills for Sai; he recently underwent a surgery in both of his toes, removing the base nail portions. She just exists for her son, to play with him, clean up after him, feed him, etc. Kindly provide your help and support her financially to take care of her son.

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