Sunshine September 2015: Meet Syahmi Azman
Publish Date: 25 September 2015
Autism is one of the fastest growing developmental disabilities in the world. This video, created in partnership between Suria KLCC Mall and NASOM for Sunshine September tells the story 6-year-old Syahmi Azman.
Syahmi is autistic and as a student at NASOM, Syahmi has been able to receive care and developmental therapy that has greatly improved his life and the lives of his parents.
To find out more about what Syahmi goes through and what you can do to help – please visit www.SunshineSeptember.com to take part and support the cause. Every donation helps!
About Sunshine September: The charity initiative was launched in 2010 by Suria KLCC, and later joined by Alamanda Shopping Centre and Mesra Mall. It was formerly known as Purple Day, but the purpose has always been the same: to raise awareness about autism and to raise funds for the National Autism Society of Malaysia (NASOM).
About NASOM: The National Autism Society of Malaysia (NASOM) is an NGO founded in 1986 by a group of parents and professionals who aim to provide service and life-long care to individuals with autism. With 19 centres nationwide, NASOM offers a variety of programmes that are results-oriented, with emphasis on the acquisition of skills and changes in behaviour.